Maryland

8 seats: 4R, 4D    D 55

In 1998 incumbents continued to have it easy in Maryland, with all seats being won by landslide since 1992 the most competitive U.S. House race in Maryland was won by 14%. Connie Morella continues to surprise; hers is the second most Democratic district in the nation epresented by a Republican.
 
  1. Wayne Gilchrest (R), 1990 Landslide
  '98: 69 '96: 62 '94: 68 '92: 52   R 56
 
  2. Robert Ehrlich, Jr. (R), 1994 Landslide
  '98: 69 '96: 62 '94: 63 ['92: R 65]   R 59
 
  3. Benjamin Cardin (D), 1986 Landslide
  '98: 78 '96: 67 '94: 71 '92: 74   D 59
 
  4. Albert Wynn (D), 1992 Landslide
  '98: 86 '96: 85 '94: 75 '92: 75   D 81
 
  5. Steny Hoyer (D), 1981 Comfortable*
  '98: 65 '96: 57 '94: 59 '92: 53   D 52
 
  6. Roscoe Bartlett (R), 1992 Landslide
  '98: 63 '96: 57 '94: 66 '92: 54   R 61
 
  7. Elijah Cummings (D), 1996 Landslide
  '98: 86 '96: 83 ['94: D 82 '92: D 85] D 82
 
  8. Connie Morella (R), 1986 Comfortable*
  '98: 60 '96: 61 '94: 70 '92: 73   D 58
 

Maryland's results 1982 to 1998
Facts in Focus for Maryland 1982 to 1998
 


 
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