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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Adi Business ClMtlflfd Circulation Newsroom Htrooo HOWFLl MICROFILMS P 0 BOX J 5S8 LAWK El VOL Cl NO. 2 MD c'0707 JrSJf Mt SEPTEMBER INCUMBENTS 119 Astle win County Council SENATE uouse E. Umb ijMOlOCNAm KokKfctejski Smith i Witty COUNCIL j ltd Ahtm Boaohtrt Wj fiobtrtDvonK COUHTJUOOE OF COURT R Ertt Schsjfor INCUMBENT DISTRICT 30 John Aitta Hughes water. on tote By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Annapolis itito Sen. Gerald W. Winegrad eailly beat back a chal- lenge by newcomer Brent Johnion to win yesterday's Democratic primary election by a margin. All but one Incumbent county dele- gate retained wati while two Demo- backed by Annapolii Mayor Dennis Callahan in the leven-wty District race for three Mate won their party's according to unofficial election returns. William was the only incumbent to lose the first round in the battle for 12 county House of Delegates seats in the 1987 General Assembly. Del. George D-Glen came the closest to losing his seat while Del. John D- emerged as the clear favorite In the District 30 House race. Voter turnout was higher than had been anticipated by Betty su- pervisor of the county Board of Supervisors of Electtonsd. But the 44.1 percent turnout still fell shy of the 46 percent of those eligible who cast ballots in the 1982 statewide primary. Yesterday's election brought out 50.9 percent of registered Democrats while percent of registered Re- publicans voted. Vote totals did not begin showing up on the county's computer system until almost two hours after the pells closed at 8 p.m. The data processing department had programmed the computers to select oily-one not the required -10 the race for MD. SENATE-HOUSE Judges of the Orphans Court. The mistake caused a foulup that snarled what had been in previous years a quick and efficient reporting 'process. District 30 Democrats the Annapolis Hotel on West Street while initial returns began showing the. three sventuil House winners with early leads. 45-year-old former state of the Department of' Employment and called Winegrad at home to congratulate him before the two left for the votes to Johnson's ac- cording to unofficial returns. A 41-year-old first-term Winegrad was backed by environ- mental-groups and a core organiza- tion he built for bis successful 197S bid for the House of Delegates. Johnson had concentrated on pro- moting his pro-jobs stance while aligning himself with Winegrad on most environmental. issues. the chairman of the county's House pulled in votes followed by Michael Busch with votes and Donald Lamb with people are just sky said who had endorsed Busch and Lamb but chose not tfr' pick a third candidate. The only surprises in the House race were the poor showing of An- napolis psychologist Casey Page Col. _ A McMillen outruns Panteli By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Democrat-Tom McMillen yester- day outran Annapolis oatfrt John Ptntelides'to win the Democratic nomination for the 4th Congressional District seat. Del. Robert R-Dividson- easily defeated four little-known candidates to win the Republican bW. McMillan and Neall will go one-on- one in the 4 general election that will decide who succeeds the retiring U.S. Marjorie S. R-Anns Arundel. CONGRESS With all 177 precincts in the dii- trict McMillen received or 65 while Paotelides received or 38 according to unofficial returns. A third Democratic san Zukowski of Glen re- ciived votes or 6 according to totals from 111 cincts by press time. Mrs. Zukowski is a follower of political extremist Lyndon LaRouche. Neall gathered votes to cap- tare 77 percent of the votes cast in the GOP according to unof- ficial return from all 177 precincts. The 4th Congressional District in- cludes aU of Anne Arundel County and parts of Howard and Prince George's counties. McMillen last night thanked his supporters and called for unity in November when he stopped by the Annapolis joining Democrats for state and local races In legisla- tive District 30. McMillen also praised PanteUdei for a tough ran a good r Pintelides I thought I would but I have no no Pantelides said be felt that he bad been successful in miking drug abuse and crime major issues of ths confre ssioasl campaign. 'Tn going to tike s few days off and then come back and regroup and see what our next move he said. Neall said he was not surprised about the turnout of bis primary A 2-woman race Chavez look to Nov. ByBOBXlTCHIU Staff Writer Bolstered by strong showings in Anne Arundel Democrat Barbara Mikulikl and Republican Linda Chaves last night posted ildtd victories in winning nomina- tions for the U.8. Scute. Ms. the spunky BsJti- more waltsed to victory over U.S. Michael Barnes and Gov. Harry Hughes. For the GOP Mrs. Chtvei hsd no trouble topping George Haley of Silver brother of author Alex and attorney Michael Senaefer of Balti- more With their the two wom- en DOW square off to succeed retiring Republican U.S. Charles McC. Mathlsl Jr. in a historic race that will likely attract much national i tun tion and money. Mrt. who resigned from White House staff to enter the poQed about 73 percent of the v ote and carried every county ta the Kite Mi Mikulski finished with S3 per. erf the vote and won mott of the U.S. SENATE state except for ths Washington sub- Barnes' boms territory. With of precincts re- porting in the Democratic Senate the unofficial tallies or M and or 13 percent. The remaining candidates re- ceived i percent or less of the votes cast Debra supporter of political extremist Lyndon La- received Robert Edward Boyd and Leon- ard Trout WHh of precincts re- porting in the GOP Mrs. Chav- es had votes. Trailing her wen at or 17 per- and or 6 percent. Other Republican candidates re. eehred 1 percent or less of the vote. Mahria Portias received Arnold butaesMBan Nfcbolai ea Page Csi CONORE88WOMAN BAftftARA MIKULSKI gtvos winning the Democratic primary raoa for the U.5.Sonata. AT0MM up tign after Schaefer has no trouble with Sachs vvwiAtrn BALTIMORF In firfi Baltlmorr WUllan Dooild ititewide yesttrtfay vtnniai ibe Democratic aonloation for fovemor with parctat at Ux rou Tkt four tena itiayor and former law-tens city council man carried aU oat Moatfosoery tad Prince Oaorftl where Attoraey Oesarai ftsfiisa B Sachs beat hfsa ay a total of onfe ttoet lose te a sotttktl tulsssas is THE GOVERNOR Mith i nf 1 re- porting Jirhieffr had or S3 to Sichi 21S.S7I. or 35 percent Two other candidates shared of tbe Aiaw Antdtl Teliae- fer tnwcH Stchs 3S.M4 costoaredl U Sacks' aeewelif te electtea rtsaJU. Klertol effietsJs ta ttw roaaty Ufbthlior had predicted a 2- wti IB tbe county Lawmre K a follower of La- Rovcbe. titrd In ibe CMawty balMUg wlta I.MS Mary tfte wily DraiwTtt seokiaf Ike DesM- rratk iriWriiterisJ aoailaattoi la taw la W votes Prince George's Ootaty Del. Tboataa Mooney was aswaaosol la RepvbUcaa prisiary. He has mtk taterost si OOP tsJtMal and is early Coaaty f tototfte outnumber Republi- in Maryland by about 3-1 in tome Schaefer beat tbe attorney general by a S-to-1 margin With all 153 precincts re- porting in Baltimore tbe home bast of his running aste. state Senate Mdvia Steiaberg. Scbaefer ht4 votes to fecks' Despite Sachs' choice of Rtp Par rea Mitchell of BaWmort as Us nsBsdag be sUD tost in the esty by abort votes. In bis victory aa 'I feet We get a goooM Nesll'i closest Robert Oerti of Fort picked up 930 votes to finish In second according to figures from 161 pre- cincts. Patrick Lucky Stevens of Edf water received 918 Marilyn Harrell of Upper Marlboro finished fourth with 740 and Rtystttt Elaine Lsigh of Glsn Burais bid 1st also iccordini to totals from 161 precincts. Easy time Council scores landslide win By LORRAINE AH1A1N Haft Writer Tbe closest races to the County OouBCfl nrisaary yesterday weren't even as incumbents scored landslide wins against their Demo- cratic rivals. By margins of at least and in some races every member of the COUNTY COUNCIL all-DemocraUc council who faced s primary challenge dominated. Maureen David G. Virginia P Edward C. Abern and Michael P. all emerged winners Two Linthicutn'i Theodore Sopbocleui aod Severoa Park's Carole B were unop- posed among Democrats But in the Nov 4 general election Baker roust face Robert Dvo- Who last night defeated Stuart Morris in a GOP race for tJtsSeveraa Park-arei nomination County Executive n Jtmea unchanonier1 in Democratic prim a OOP candidate Besttrtgard who defeated other GOP with 3 tM v Jokfl Gratao f arwrwi 3 aad Carol A Dcfibaugh aceordiog to unofficial mulU Bat the biggest turpriw wn the kosided race for the Dtitrict AaaspsBs seat ea UM conncU. wherr Mrs. staaart saajontat Brad a Ward 8 aJaamac A eessfttter it UM I t ll
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