Maryland Senate District 28: Middleton walks away while nearby seat held by Dyson is KO-d by GOP candidate Steve Waugh

Sen. Mac Middleton of Charles County, Maryland. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Sen. Mac Middleton of Charles County, Maryland. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

State Senator

Legislative District 28

(Vote for One) County Break Down

State Senator

Legislative District 29

(Vote for One) County Break Down
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Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Roy Dyson
Democratic 2,402 13,825 0 16,227 43.2%
Steve Waugh
Republican 2,661 18,677 0 21,338 56.8%
Other Write-Ins
N/A 3 21 0 24 0.1%
Sen. Roy Dyson suffered a significant defeat at the hands of GOP candidate Steve Waugh. Dyson played both sides of the fence for years, being pals with O'Malley when it suited him and talking tough on fiscal issues in order to sound like a Republican.  THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Sen. Roy Dyson suffered a significant defeat at the hands of GOP candidate Steve Waugh. Dyson played both sides of the fence for years, being pals with O’Malley when it suited him and talking tough on fiscal issues in order to sound like a Republican. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

State Senator

Legislative District 27

(Vote for One) County Break Down
Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr.
Democratic 5,320 22,326 0 27,646 62.5%
Jesse Allen Peed
Republican 2,484 14,081 0 16,565 37.4%
Other Write-Ins
N/A 8 50 0 58 0.1%
Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Prov

isional

Total Percentage
Mac Middleton
Democratic 4,401 21,845 0 26,246 66.8%
Allan Donnelly
Republican 1,624 11,373 0 12,997 33.1%
Other Write-Ins
N/A 7 52 0 59 0.2%
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