Maryland House of Delegates District 19

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The 19th House of Delegates District is a district represented in the Maryland General Assembly. At present, the district consists of Montgomery County communities of Silver Spring, Wheaton, Leisure World, Northwood, Four Corners, Aspen Hill, Kemp Mill, Olney, Derwood, Laytonsville and unincorporated areas of Rockville and Gaithersburg.

Since 2011[edit]

Since 2011, the three-member delegation consists of incumbents Ben Kramer and newcomers Sam Arora and Bonnie Cullison. All three won in the Democratic primary and won in the general election against their Republican opponents.[1]

NameVotesPercentOutcome
Ben Kramer, Democrat23,526  25.8%   Won
Sam Arora, Democrat22,242  24.4%   Won
Bonnie Cullison, Democrat21,795  23.9%   Won
Linn Rivera, Republican11,929  13.1%   Lost
Tom Masser, Republican11,362  12.5%   Lost

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Coordinates: 39°5′N 77°5′W / 39.083°N 77.083°W / 39.083; -77.083