No. 1 -- Allowing state and local officials to serve in the military reserves. Vote FOR.
No. 2 -- Placing the Court Clerks' offices under the Court of Appeals. Vote FOR.
No. 3 -- Asking voters if a Constitutional Convention should be called. Vote AGAINST.
1st District -- Wayne T. Gilchrest (R)
2nd District -- Helen D. Bentley (R)
3rd District -- Benjamin L. Cardin (D)
4th District -- Tom McMillen (D)
5th District -- Steny Hoyer (D)
6th District -- Beverly B. Byron (D)
7th District -- Kweisi Mfume (D)
8th District -- Constance Morella (R)
Anne Arundel County
County Executive -- Robert R. Neall (R)
District 1 -- George F. Bachman (D)
District 2 -- Ernest C. Michaelson (R)
District 3 -- Carl G. Holland (R)
District 5 -- Diane R. Evans (R)
District 6 -- Maureen Lamb (D)
District 7 -- Virginia P. Clagett (D)
State's Attorney -- Timothy D. Murnane (R)
District 29 --
Senate: Bernie Fowler (D)
House: 29A Edward B. Finch (R)
District 30 --
Senate: Gerald W. Winegrad (D)
House: John C. Astle (D); Aris Allen (R); Edith Segree (D)
District 31 --
Senate: Philip C. Jimeno (D)
House: Evelyn Kampmeyer (R); Joan Cadden (D); W. Ray Huff (D)
District 33 --
House: John G. Gary (R); Marsha G. Perry (D); Elizabeth S. Smith (R)
Question A -- Creating a Spending Affordability Committee. Vote FOR.
Question B -- Filing charter amendment petitions with the County Council. Vote FOR.
Question C -- Setting the first Monday in December after the election as the inauguration date for the new county executive. Vote FOR.
Question D -- Placing a 4.5 percent cap on property tax revenue increases. Vote AGAINST.
District 40 --
Senate: Ralph M. Hughes (D)
District 43 --
Senate: John A. Pica Jr. (D)
House: Anne Marie Doory (D); Gerald Curran (D); Henry R. Hergenroeder Jr. (D)
District 44 --
House: Anne Perkins (D); Kenneth Montague (D); Curtis Anderson (D)
District 45 --
Senate: Nathan C. Irby Jr. (D)
House: John Douglass (D); Clarence Davis (D); Hattie N. Harrison (D)
District 47 --
House: Michael Burgess (R); Paul Weisengoff (D); R. Charles Avara (D)
Question A -- Community development loan of $6 million. Vote YES.
Question B -- Self-supporting $4 million housing development loan. Vote YES.
Question C -- Self-supporting $2 million loan to Bon Secours Hospital. Vote YES.
Question D -- Port Covington $7.5 million economic development loan. Vote YES.
Question E -- Asbestos removal loan of $2 million. Vote YES.
Question F -- Self-supporting $4 million loan for financing commerical and industrial projects. Vote YES.
Question G -- Recreation and parks loan of $2.75 million. Vote YES.
Question H -- School renovation loan of $4 million. Vote YES.
County Executive -- Dennis F. Rasmussen (D)
District 1 -- Ronald B. Hickernell (D)
District 2 -- Melvin G. Mintz (D)
District 3 -- C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D)
District 4 -- Douglas Riley (R)
District 5 -- Vincent Gardina (D)
District 6 -- William R. Evans (D)
District 7 -- Donald Mason (D)
District 5 -- Senate: J. Jeffrey Griffith (D)
House: Lawrence LaMotte (D)
District 6 -- Senate: Michael J. Collins (D)
House: Michael Weir (D); E. Farrell Maddox (D); Leslie Hutchinson (D)
District 7 -- House: Connie Galiazzo (D); John Arnick (D); Louis DePazzo (D)
District 8 -- Senate: Thomas L. Bromwell (D)
House: Donna M. Felling (D); William Burgess (D); Joseph Bartenfelder (D)
District 9 -- Senate: F. Vernon Boozer (R)
House: Michael Gisriel (D); John Bishop (R); Gerry Brewster (D)
District 10 -- Senate -- Janice Piccinini (D)
House: Robert Ehrlich (R); Ellery Woodworth (D); A. Wade Kach (R)
District 11 -- House: Ella White Campbell (R); Theodore Levin (D); Richard Rynd (D)
District 12 -- Senate: Nancy Murphy (D)
Court of Appeals -- Robert C. Murphy
Question A -- School construction and renovation, $39.9 million. Vote FOR.
Question B -- $45.8 million for government buildings, including fire, police, health and jails. Vote FOR.
Question C -- Refuse disposal improvements, $9.65 million. Vote FOR.
Question D -- Senior Centers construction, $500,000. Vote FOR.
Question E -- Library improvements, $2.05 million. Vote FOR.
Question F -- Waterway improvements, $7.4 million. Vote FOR.
Question G -- Parks and playgrounds, $4.835 million. Vote FOR.
Question H -- Community college repairs and construction, $6.935 million. Vote FOR.
Question I -- Neighborhood revitalization and affordable housing, $2.625 million. Vote FOR.
Question J -- Storm drains, roads and bridges, $80.21 million. Vote FOR.