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Election results: 2024 Baltimore mayoral primary

All of Baltimore’s leadership positions were up for election this cycle, from mayor to comptroller to city council. Watch WBAL-TV 11 News on TV, in the WBAL-TV app, streaming on Very Local and on WBALTV.com for LIVE Commitment 2024 election coverage across Maryland. RACE FOR MAYOR: The 2024 Democratic primary race for Baltimore mayor was largely a rematch of the city’s 2020 primary election. The lead in the race fluctuated through the night between incumbent Mayor Brandon Scott and former Mayor Sheila Dixon. until Scott started walking away around 10 p.m. While Dixon, 70, addressed her supporters at 10:50 p.m., saying she wouldn’t give up because “it’s not over,” at 11:24 p.m., the Associated Press finally called the race for Scott, 40 years old. “I’ve always been here to serve. I want to continue to put every ounce of energy I have into helping this city be the best it can be,” Scott told supporters shortly after 11:30 a.m. As of 11:40 p.m., the AP had yet to call the Republican mayoral primary race, but with 70 percent of the total votes counted, Shannon Wright held a lead of about 4 points. This was Dixon’s third attempt to return to City. Hall and businessman Bob Wallace’s second attempt. Former prosecutor Thiru Vignarajah dropped out of the race in May. In a hypothetical matchup of the most popular candidates in the Democratic primary, respondents to the April 2024 Goucher poll favored Scott with 40%, followed by Dixon with 32%, Vignarajah with 11% and Wallace at 3%. The poll found that 59% of respondents were committed to their candidate. Scroll down to track election results by primary race below. Results will be updated as they arrive in the 11th newsroom throughout the night. And watch WBAL-TV and our live broadcasts to hear the candidates during their appearances. dHBzOi8vaW50ZXJhY3RpdmVzLmFwLm9yZy9lbGVjdGlvbi1yZXN1bHRzL2N1c3RvbWVycy9sYXlvdXRzL29yZ2FuaXphdGlvbi1sYXlvdXRzL3B1Ymxpc2hlZC83OTcwNi8xMjY 2NS 5odG1sIiB3aWR0aD0iMTAwJSIgZnJhbWVib3JkZXI9IjAiIHNjcm9sbGluZz0ibm8iIG1 hcmdpbmhlaWdodD0iMCI + PC9pZnJhb don’t see the Baltimore City primary election results? Press here RACE FOR CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT: In the race for City Council President, incumbent Nick Mosby faced two challengers in the Democratic primary: Councilman Zeke Cohen, D-District 1, and former Councilwoman Shannon Sneed. At 10:43 p.m., Cohen claimed victory. while Mosby said he was not conceding and would “look at the whole vote”. Cohen spoke to supporters Tuesday night about aid for small businesses, as well as mental health and public safety. Perhaps most importantly, he thanked his wife during his speech. “Campaigns are difficult, but they are especially difficult for candidates’ spouses. That’s why, this year, in our household, Father’s Day was officially canceled and it is now Mother’s Day. Day 2.0,” Cohen said. As of 11:45 p.m., with all but two districts, Cohen held a sizable lead. UNOPPOSED CONTROLLER RACE: In the city controller race, Democratic incumbent Bill Henry ran unopposed, and there were no Republican candidates in the primary. .More 2024 Maryland Primary Election ResultsUnited States Presidential Primary Election ResultsSenate Primary Election ResultsUnited States House Primary Election Results

All of Baltimore’s leadership positions were up for election this cycle, from mayor to comptroller to city council.

Watch WBAL-TV 11 News on TV, in the WBAL-TV app, streaming on Very Local and on WBALTV.com for LIVE Commitment 2024 election coverage across Maryland.

MAYORAL RACE: The 2024 Democratic primary race for Baltimore mayor was largely a rematch of the city’s 2020 primary election.

The lead fluctuated throughout the night between incumbent Mayor Brandon Scott and former Mayor Sheila Dixon until Scott began to pull away around 10 p.m.

While Dixon, 70, addressed supporters at 10:50 p.m., saying she wouldn’t give up because “it’s not over,” at 11:24 p.m., the Associated Press finally called the race to 40 years. old Scott.

“I’ve always been here to serve. I want to continue to dedicate all my energy to helping this city be the best it can be,” Scott told supporters shortly after 11:30 p.m.

As of 11:40 p.m., the AP had yet to call the Republican mayoral primary race, but with 70 percent of the total votes counted, Shannon Wright held a lead of about 4 points.

It was Dixon’s third attempt to return to City Hall and businessman Bob Wallace’s second attempt. Former prosecutor Thiru Vignarajah withdrew from the race in May.

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In a hypothetical matchup of the most popular candidates in the Democratic primary, respondents to the April 2024 Goucher poll favored Scott with 40%, followed by Dixon with 32%, Vignarajah with 11% and Wallace with 3%. The poll found that 59% of respondents were committed to their candidate.

Scroll down to track election results by primary race below. Results will be updated as they arrive in the 11th newsroom throughout the night. And watch WBAL-TV and our live broadcasts to hear the candidates during their appearances.

>> Don’t see the Baltimore City primary election results? Tap here

CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT RACE: In the race for City Council president, incumbent Nick Mosby faced two challengers in the Democratic primary: Councilman Zeke Cohen, D-District 1, and former City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed.

At 10:43 p.m., Cohen claimed victory while Mosby said he was not conceding and would “look at the whole vote.”

Zeke Cohen City Council President Democratic Primary

Cohen spoke to his supporters Tuesday night about aid for small businesses, as well as mental health and public safety. Perhaps most importantly, he thanked his wife during his speech.

“Campaigns are difficult, but they are especially difficult for candidates’ spouses. That’s why, this year, in our household, Father’s Day has been officially canceled and it is now Mother’s Day 2.0,” she said. Cohen said.

By 11:45 p.m., with all but two precincts running, Cohen held a sizable lead.

UNOPPOSED CONTROLLER RACE: In the race for city comptroller, Democratic incumbent Bill Henry ran unopposed and there were no Republican candidates in the primary.

More results from Maryland’s 2024 primary elections

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U.S. Senate primary election results

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