This map shows the precinct-level results for the 2022 gubernatorial election in Maryland. Hover over the various voting blocs to see how each area voted. To see results from your local precinct, type your address into the search bar at the bottom left of the map. The map will zoom in on your precinct. Percentage results will not always add up to 100% because we list results only for the Republican and Democratic candidates.

Precinct shapefiles were provided from the Maryland Department of Planning. Shapefiles for Montgomery County and Kent County were not provided to the Maryland Department of Planning, so their results do not appear on our map. Precinct-level election results were made available by the Maryland State Board of Elections. A small number of precincts appear blank on this map because of differences in the precinct ID’s maintained by the Department of Planning and the State Board of Elections.

Ryan Little contributed to this story. Additional development by Big Local News, a project at Stanford University that empowers journalists with data, tools and collaborations

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Nick Thieme designs statistical experiments and analyzes data to discover and improve stories about inequality, human rights, health care, and climate change. He has worked as a data reporter and statistician for a variety of public and private organizations, with writing appearing in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Slate Magazine, and elsewhere.

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