Congress - 6th District
U.S. House - 6th District
1. Flooding on May 15 resulted in the Frederick Police Department receiving 133 calls for service between 7 p.m. and midnight. Parts of Frederick saw more than half a foot of rain fall. The flooding caused approximately $6 million in infrastructure damage and 44 road closures. Another $16 mi…
Frederick County will undertake a complete review of voter addresses in 2019 after multiple homes were found to be assigned to the wrong congressional district during the 2018 midterm election.
The second Democrat seeking an at-large county council seat declined to request a recount Monday, meaning the Frederick County Council is officially set.
Democrat Kai Hagen has unofficially secured an at-large seat on the county council, but the District 1 race remains too close to call, according to results released by the Board of Elections Wednesday night.
Everyone knows by now that Tuesday’s midterm election was a big one.
Republicans were unsuccessful in their mission to flip five seats in the state Senate from blue to red on Election Day, but the attempt was far from a misstep, some observers say.
After originally trailing by fewer than 60 votes, Jerry Donald is now leading his opponent in his re-election bid for the Frederick County Council’s District 1 seat.
Which way the Frederick County Council will lean politically remains up in the air with three council seats in two races still too close to call.
Frederick County experienced somewhat of a light blue wave Tuesday with the potential flipping of one of the county’s six House of Delegates seats from Republican to Democrat for a three-to-three match in the House.
State Senate candidates for District 4 Jessica Douglass (D) and Sen. Michael Hough (R) might not have much to agree on during their campaigns. But on Election Day, they agreed on one thing: It was wet.
The county Board of Elections investigated claims Tuesday that some voters in Congressional District 6 were given District 8 ballots.
A line stretched to the outside doors as voters waited for the polling place to open Tuesday at the William R. Talley Recreation Center on North Bentz Street in Frederick.