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Dan Cox snagged GOP nomination for Gov, most Maryland election results trickling in

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On primary election day in Maryland political campaign workers outnumber voters outside the polls at Leith Walk Elementary School in North Baltimore city.

Maryland voters flocked to the polls for its Tuesday primary election though voter turnout so far has been lower than in recent years.

Baltimore city election director Armstead Jones said that about 25,000 people cast ballots in-person as of 5 p.m. on Tuesday. In Baltimore County, 59,377 people voted in person on Tuesday.

There are about 175,000 ballots cast during early voting, which was conducted between July 7 and July 14.

In 2018, the last gubernatorial election race, there were 222,100 votes cast during early voting.

Out of 499,391 mail-in ballots sent to voters, 213,019 had been returned as of July 18. Of the mail-in ballots returned, 168,873 were Democrats, 38,311 Republicans and 5,835 in the other category.

There are 3.7 million eligible active voters on the rolls, of which 2.2 million are Democrats and 987,476 are Republicans.

Same day registration and voting is permitted in Maryland.

The following graphics will show election results after the polls close at 8 p.m.

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Kristen Mosbrucker is a digital news editor and producer for WYPR.
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