Election 2018

MCCC is your trusted resource for information on Election 2018.

The Primary Election is June 26, 2018.


Government policy matters for a business. This is especially important when you consider a 2010 study by McKinsey & Co. that showed policies impact revenue by up to 10%. And, as Norm Augustine says, “You can’t be for jobs and against employers.”

The local and state elections in 2018 are a once-in-a-generation opportunity to elect officials interested in understanding and supporting economic success. The Primary Election sets the tone for Montgomery County and Maryland going forward.Who represents you? Click here to find your elected officials. 


Check the deadlines and make sure you are registered to cast your vote in the Primary Election!

3 Easy Ways to Vote - Absentee, Early and on Primary Election Day (share this one-page handout with others)

Voter Registration Information: Register or Update your registration


MCCC is YOUR Resource

The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce is a 501 c 6 advocacy organization. The organization does not endorse candidates for political office. We are here to help you, our members, make sense of the disruption in the marketplace.


Election 2018 Races

Montgomery County Executive
Montgomery County Council
Montgomery County Board of Education

County Council

  • 6 Democratic Candidates vying for the nomination in the Primary Election for this open seat; the winner will face Republican Robin Ficker in the General Election

33 Democratic Candidates for 4 open At-Large Seats 

Competitive Races in the Primary in most districts


Maryland General Assembly (State Senator/State Delegate)

State Map

  • 8 Democratic Candidates vying for the nomination to run against current Governor Larry Hogan in the General Election

8 Legislative Districts in Montgomery County, most with competitive races in the Primary for 1 Senator and 3 Delegates per distric



U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives (Districts 3, 6, 8)

State Map

  • U.S. Senator Ben Cardin is running for re-election

U.S. Congressmen run for re-election every two years

There are 9 Democratic Candidates running for the nomination for the open seat in District 6 (Rep. John Delaney is not running again)



More resources

Please contact Ilaya Hopkins, Vice President, Government Relations and Communications, with any questions.

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