There are seven statewide ballot questions. Additionally, there are seven in Prince George's County, two in Montgomery County, one in Montgomery County's District 12 only and one in Frederick County.
This is a federal office, representing all of Maryland.
Candidates include Democrat Ben Cardin, Republican Daniel John Bongino and Libertarian Dean Ahmad.
This is a federal office. It encompasses parts of Baltimore City and Baltimore, Montgomery, Howard and Anne Arundel counties.
Candidates include Democrat John Sarbanes, Republican Eric Delano Knowles and Libertarian Paul W. Drgos Jr.
This is a federal office. The Fourth District covers parts of Prince George's and Anne Arundel counties.
Candidates include Democrat Donna F. Edwards, Republican Faith M. Loudon and Libertarian Scott Soffen.
This is a federal office. The Fifth District includes parts of Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary's, Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties.
Candidates include Democrat Steny H. Hoyer, Republican Tony O'Donnell, Green Party member Bob Auerbach and Libertarian Arvin Vohra.
This is a federal office. The Sixth District stretches from Western Maryland through parts of Frederick and Montgomery counties in Central Maryland.
Candidates include Democrat John Delaney, Republican Roscoe G. Bartlett and Libertarian Nickolaus Mueller.
This is a federal office. The district is made up of portions of Montgomery, Frederick and Carroll counties.
Candidates include Democrat Chris Van Hollen, Republican Ken Timmerman, Green Party member George Gluck and Libertarian Mark Grannis.
This is for three of the seven seats on the Frederick County school board.
The race is nonpartisan, so voters select three candidates in the general election.
This election is for two of seven elected seats on the Montgomery County school board.
There are two candidates each for the at-large, Dist. 2 and Dist. 4 seats up for election this year. Voters select one candidate each for at-large and for their home district. This race is nonpartisan.
This is for five of nine seats on the county school board.
There are two candidates each in Dist. 1, Dist. 4, Dist. 5, Dist. 7 and Dist. 8. This race is nonpartisan.