Center Maryland's Election Pundit Contest, Part 2

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Here’s your second chance to prove you’re the smartest election forecaster in Maryland politics. See if you can beat out the winners of September’s Center Maryland primary election contest – David Carroll, Josh Kurtz and Susan O’Brien.

This time, we feature 25 questions about general election races around Maryland, at all levels of government. (To answer a question we've been asked several times since the first contest, we will not release anyone's predictions.)

Fill in your predictions of the winners of each race, and mark down your guess for the tie-breaker (the percentage of votes won by Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger).

Email your completed ballot to no later than TUESDAY, November 2nd, at 3 P.M. Please be sure to include both your name and email address.

What’s the prize? The honor of being recognized as one of the smartest readers of Center Maryland.

Thanks. And good luck.

The ballot is included below, or it can be found in Word format here.
Name__________________

Email address______________

Pick the winners of each of the following general election contests.

Email entries to .

Deadline is Tuesday, November 2nd, at 3 p.m.


Statewide races
Governor

Robert Ehrlich
Martin O’Malley

Prediction______________


Percentage of votes for Robert Ehrlich (within plus/minus 1 percentage point)

Prediction______________

Comptroller
William Henry Campbell
Peter Franchot

Prediction______________

Percentage of votes for Peter Franchot (within plus/minus 3 percentage points)

Prediction______________

Federal races
U.S. Senate

Barbara Mikulski
Eric Wargotz

Prediction______________


Percentage of votes for Barbara Mikulski
(within plus/minus 3 percentage points)

Prediction______________

1st Congressional District
Andy Harris
Frank Kratovil

Prediction______________

Percentage of votes for Andy Harris
(within plus/minus 1 percentage point)

Prediction______________

State Senate

District 3
Ronald N. Young
Alex X. Mooney

Prediction______________

District 30
John C. Astle
Ron Elfenbein

Prediction______________

District 31
Ned Carey
Bryan Simonaire

Prediction______________

District 34
Arthur Helton
Nancy Jacobs

Prediction______________

District 38
Jim Mathias
Michael James

Prediction______________

District 42
Jim Brochin
Kevin Carney

Prediction______________

Howard County
County Executive

Trent Kittleman
Ken Ulman

Prediction______________

1st Council District
Courtney Watson
Robert Flanagan

Prediction______________

3rd Council District
Jen Terrasa
Dennis Schrader

Prediction______________

Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties

Will a Republican win in any race for State Senate, State Delegate, or County Council is either County? Yes or No

Prediction______________

Harford County
Sheriff

Jesse Bane
Jeffrey Gahler

Prediction______________


Baltimore County
County Executive

Ken Holt
Kevin Kamenetz

Prediction______________


1st Council District
Tom Quirk
Steve Whisler

Prediction______________

3rd Council District
Ben Sutley
Todd Huff

Prediction______________

5th Council
Mike Ertel
David Marks

Prediction______________


State’s Attorney
Scott Shellenberger
Steve Bailey

Prediction______________

Frederick County
Three members of the Young family are on the General Election ballot. How many will win their races?

Prediction______________


TIE-BREAKER

What will be the percentage of votes won by C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger?


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