Maryland’s most anticipated congressional race, a rematch between Rep. David Trone (D) and Del. Neil C. Parrott (R), remains uncalled as of Wednesday afternoon, and it may be a while before results are known. Thousands of mail-in ballots are outstanding in counties across the district, chief among them Montgomery County — a key blue territory that favors Trone — and Frederick County, purple territory where the candidates have been neck-and-neck. Spokesmen in elections offices in those counties said officials will not resume counting the remaining ballots until Thursday and will not have an update on the count until Thursday night.
Results slow to come in key Md. congressional race between Trone, Parrott
November 10, 2022