How Election Day unfolded: recap

June 24, 2014

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11:45 p.m.: @pwoodreporter: .@Schuh2014 has tweeted, "We win!!!!!" @LauraNeumanExec has not conceded yet.

11:31 p.m.: @baltimoresun: Marilyn Mosby to win state's attorney race as Gregg Bernstein concedes. 

11:28 p.m.: @iduncan: via @cmcampbell6 BERNSTEIN CONCEDES

11:17 p.m.: @pwoodreporter: Now at 125 of 195 precincts, @Schuh2014 still holding lead over @LauraNeumanExec , 54%-46%.

11:08 p.m.: @jbeowulf: Quote from @Hogan4Governor speech: "The arrogant monopoly in Annapolis is expecting a coronation. I'm putting them on notice tonight."

10:54 p.m.: @jfritze: Md. House incumbents all have wide leads, as expected. Dem Tilghman appears to be pulling ahead of LaFerla in #MD01, but no AP call.

10:53 p.m.: @pwoodreporter: 95 of 195 precincts: @Schuh2014 9,733 votes (54.34%) - @LauraNeumanExec 8,178 votes (45.66%)

10:52 p.m.: @iduncan: Oop a whole bunch of results just came in 56% of precincts reporting now. Bernstein continues to make up some ground but still 9 points down

10:44 p.m.: @iduncan: Results coming in a little slowly, but with over 30% precincts reporting Bernstein's is 10 points down despite regaining some ground

10:44 p.m.: @michaeltdresser: David Craig has conceded loss to Larry Hogan in GOP primary.

10:25 p.m.: @sunjeffbarker: Del. Jon Cardin has called state Sen. Brian Frosh and conceded the race for the Democratic nomination for attorney general to Frosh.

10:18 p.m.: @pwoodreporter: .@Schuh2014 speaking to supporters, not claiming victory but says "the numbers look strong." @LauraNeumanExec expected at her party soon.

10:14 p.m.: @cmcampbell6: Bernstein should be at Claddagh pub in Canton in ~30 mins to greet supporters. Early voting shows him trailing Mosby

10:07 p.m.: Doug Gansler and Heather Mizeur concede.

10:02 p.m.: @pwoodreporter: .@Schuh2014 about to talk to his supporters in Pasadena.

9:57 p.m.: Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown plans to accept Democratic nomination for governor at victory party, campaign says.

9:54 p.m.: @ErinatTheSun: Maryland Democratic Party offers congrats to Brown.

9:50 p.m.: @ssdance: I'm told results won't be certified until July 7 for local races and July 10 for statewide races. #mdvotes

9:46 p.m.: @ErinatTheSun: Brown taking the stage between 10:10 and 10:20, presumably to claim victory. O'Malley has already released a statement congratulating Brown

9:43 p.m.: @nayana_davis: .@GovernorOMalley expected to make an appearance at Brown party, but no word on the time from camp #MDPrimary

9:32 p.m.: @ErinatTheSun: I'm told @DougGansler will be addressing his supporters at 10 p.m. AP already called the race for @ltgovbrown

9:31 p.m.: @michaeltdresser: AP called governor's race for Anthony Brown minutes ago. At 9:27 p.m. comes an email from Martin O'Malley seeking $$ for Brown in general.

9:30 p.m.: @ErinatTheSun: And @GovernorOMalley is already soliciting cash for Anthony Brown's general election bid.

9:19 p.m.: AP, Politico, Washington Post call Democratic gubernatorial race for Anthony Brown.

8:56 p.m.: @michaeltdresser: Early voting results in Howard: Brown 64%, Mizeur 20%, Gansler, 15%, Guess we can says Ken Ulman looks like an asset.

8:54 p.m.: @michaeltdresser: Problem for David Craig: He gets 47% in early voting in home county of Harford, but Hogan gets 38%.

8:39 p.m.: @lukebroadwater: Incumbents Brinkley (Frederick), Colburn (Eastern Shore), Dwyer (Arundel), Mitchell (Bmore) & Stukes (Bmore) trailing after early voting

8:30 p.m.: @pwoodreporter: Early voting for AA County Exec: @Schuh2014 50.9%, @LauraNeumanExec 49.1%.110 votes apart. This could be a long night.

8:20 p.m.: @ErinatTheSun Early voting in the GOP race for gov: Hogan 43 percent, Craig 32 percent, Lollar 14 percent, George 11 percent.

8:18 p.m.: @iduncan Early votes total 14k - total turnout for Bernstein v Jessamy in 2010 was 60k so that's a decent chunk of the results

8:17 p.m.: @ErinatTheSun: Early voting in the AG race: Frosh 48 percent, Cardin 29 percent, Braveboy 23 percent

8:16 p.m.: @ErinatTheSun: Early voting totals roughly track with polling - Brown with a 2 to 1 advantage, Gansler in second, Mizeur closing the gap in third.

7:39 p.m.: Monica Bias of Severna Park called the turnout at the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Company "pathetic" when she voted just before 7 p.m.

A 58-year-old state employee, Bias never missed a chance to vote. She declined to share her choices, preferring to keep her vote secret.

"I always vote. I never miss it. You can't make a difference if you don't vote," she said.

One advantage of light turnout was that Bias was able to cast her ballot quickly. "I've been here when the line went out the door and wrapped around and around," she said.

Earleigh Heights had 254 voters at 6 p.m. -- 140 Republicans and 114 Democrats -- and chief judge Lynn Biancavilla was rooting for turnout to hit 275 by the end of the night.

Biancavilla said voting was going smoothly. "Everybody seems to be in good humor," she said.

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