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Cardin is running against [[Regg Hatcher]], [[Dan Morhaim]] (incumbent) and [[Dana Stein]] (incumbent) in the September 14 primary. In the general election, the three winners will face the three winners of the Republican primary between [[William Badore]], [[Gregory Prush]], [[Carol Byrd]], [[Michael Collins]], [[Alberto Halphen]] and [[Steven Smith]]. [[Brandon Brooks]] is running in the general election as a Libertarian candidate.
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Cardin is running against [[Regg Hatcher]], [[Dan Morhaim]] (incumbent) and [[Dana Stein]] (incumbent) in the September 14 primary. In the general election, the three winners faced the three winners of the Republican primary between [[William Badore]], [[Gregory Prush]], [[Carol Byrd]], [[Michael Collins]], [[Alberto Halphen]] and [[Steven Smith]]. [[Brandon Brooks]] is running in the general election as a Libertarian candidate.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:24, 6 November 2010

Jon Cardin is a Democratic candidate for District 11 of the Maryland House of Delegates. The primary election was on September 14, 2010 and the general election was on November 2.

Elections

See also: Maryland House of Delegates elections, 2010

Cardin is running against Regg Hatcher, Dan Morhaim (incumbent) and Dana Stein (incumbent) in the September 14 primary. In the general election, the three winners faced the three winners of the Republican primary between William Badore, Gregory Prush, Carol Byrd, Michael Collins, Alberto Halphen and Steven Smith. Brandon Brooks is running in the general election as a Libertarian candidate.