Sheila Dixon formally conceded in the Baltimore mayor’s race, issuing a statement that appears to bring the 2016 contest to an end. But she left her future open.
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Catherine Pugh bested a field to take the Baltimore mayor’s race in the general election.
Presidential debates are over for this election cycle, but there’s still plenty of local political discourse. That’s a good thing for voters looking to weigh in on the U.S. Senate race in Maryland and the mayoral race in Baltimore. Trouble is, not all of the candidates attended for a couple of different reasons.
State election officials are sorting out the issues that were raised last week with some Baltimore ballots from last month’s mayoral primary. But they’re doing so behind closed doors, and primary runner-up Sheila Dixon is taking legal action to let her campaign — and the rest of the public — observe the process.
It’s been more than two weeks since voters finished casting ballots in the city’s mayoral primary election, and State. Sen. Catherine Pugh was declared the winner. But the votes still haven’t been finalized. The state refused to accept the tallies as is on Thursday, meaning it ain’t over yet.
You may not have a sticker to show for it, but your vote will be counted tonight anyway. Results are coming in for the primaries in Baltimore and Maryland, and we’re keeping track of all the races:
On the day most voters were set to head to the polls, Sheila Dixon said a robocall was being spread with false information about her candidacy.