How South Baltimore Voted for Governor

| November 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Baltimore Sun made an interactive map of how the State of Maryland voted for Governor. Below is a look at how the South Baltimore Peninsula neighborhoods, plus Ridgely’s Delight, Pigtown, Hollins Market, and Union Square voted.

The race for Governor was between Republican incumbent Governor Larry Hogan and Democrat challenger Ben Jealous, along with Green Party candidate Ian Schlakman and Libertarian candidate Shawn Quinn. Governor Hogan won re-election with 1,196,993 votes (56.2%) to Ben Jealous’ 910,890 votes (42.8%). Shawn Quinn received 12,064 votes (0.6%) and Ian Shackleman received 10,050 votes (0.5%).

Here is how South Baltimore voted:

South Baltimore Peninsula

Precinct 22-001- Inner Harbor/Part of Otterbein

Larry Hogan, 52%
224 votes
Ben Jealous, 47%
205 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.23%
1 vote
Ian Schlakman, 0.92%
4 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 22-002- Part of Otterbein/Part of Federal Hill 

Ben Jealous, 49%
339 votes
Larry Hogan, 49%
338 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.73%
5 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.29%
2 votes
All write-ins, 0.15%
1 vote

Precinct 23-001- Federal Hill South/SBNA area

Larry Hogan, 50%
288 votes
Ben Jealous, 48%
275 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.35%
2 votes
Ian Schlakman, 1%
6 votes
All write-ins, 0.17%
1 vote

Precinct 23-002- Basically Sharp Leadenhall

Ben Jealous, 58%
267 votes
Larry Hogan, 41%
191 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.65%
3 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0%
0 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 23-003- Large section of SBNA

Larry Hogan, 58%
489 votes
Ben Jealous, 40%
339 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.83%
7 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.83%
7 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 24-001- Part of Federal Hill and Harborview

Larry Hogan, 53%
181 votes
Ben Jealous, 44%
148 votes
Shawn Quinn, 1.2%
4 votes
Ian Schlakman, 1.2%
4 votes
All write-ins, 0.88%
3 votes

Precinct 24-002- A section of Federal Hill South

Larry Hogan, 52%
210 votes
Ben Jealous, 47%
190 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.74%
3 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.25%
1 vote
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 24-003- Part of Harborview and Part of Riverside

Larry Hogan, 56%
455 votes
Ben Jealous, 42%
341 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.62%
5 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.99%
8 votes
All write-ins, 0.12%
1 vote

Precinct 24-004- Much of the Riverside Neighborhood

Larry Hogan, 57%
653 votes
Ben Jealous, 42%
484 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.61%
7 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.26%
3 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 24-005-  Some of Riverside and all of Locust Point

Larry Hogan, 61%
1,066 votes
Ben Jealous, 38%
660 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.4%
7 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.52%
9 votes
All write-ins, 0.17%
3 votes

South Baltimore Peninsula vote totals:

Larry Hogan, 54.8%
4,095 votes
Ben Jealous, 44%
3,284 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.6%
44 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.6%
44 votes
All write-ins,
9 votes

Total Votes: 7,467

Governor Larry Hogan won the South Baltimore Peninsula in 2014 over Representative Anthony Brown 2,577 to 2,317 votes or 52.7% to 47.3%. Compared to 2014, Governor Hogan improved his lead by more than 5 points and gained 1,518 more votes on the peninsula. A total of 2,573 more people voted for governor in 2018 than in 2014 on the South Baltimore Peninsula.

Rigley’s Delight, Pigtown, and Barre Circle 

Precinct 21-001- Ridgely’s Delight

Ben Jealous, 64%
193 votes
Larry Hogan, 34%
101 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.67%
2 votes
Ian Schlakman, 1.3%
4 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 21-002- North Pigtown and Barre Circle 

Ben Jealous, 73%
376 votes
Larry Hogan, 26%
131 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.78%
4 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.39%
2 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 21-003- West Pigtown

Ben Jealous, 65%
361 votes
Larry Hogan, 33%
185 votes
Shawn Quinn, 1.3%
7 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.18%
1 vote
All write-ins, 0.18%
1 vote

Precinct 21-004- East Pigtown

Ben Jealous, 68%
134 votes
Larry Hogan, 31%
60 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.51%
1 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.51%
1 vote
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Pigtown/Barre Circle/Ridgely’s Delight Totals: 

Ben Jealous, 68%
1,064 votes
Larry Hogan, 30.5%
477 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.9%
14 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.5%
8 votes
All write-ins, 0%
1 vote

Total Votes: 1,564

In 2014, Governor Hogan lost this area with 271 votes (26%) to Representative Anthony Brown’s 769 votes (74%). Larry Hogan improved in this area by 4.5% and 206 votes. Ben Jealous garnered 295 more votes in this area than Anthony Brown. A total of 560 more people in this area voted for governor in 2018 compared to 2014.

In 2014, Governor Hogan lost the combined areas of the South Baltimore Peninsula, Ridgely’s Delight, and Barre Circle to Representative Anthony Brown by 3,086 votes to 2,986 votes or 50.8% to 49.2%. Governor Hogan won this area in 2018 with 4,572 votes to 4,384 votes for Ben Jealous or 50.6% to 48.5%.

Hollins Market, Union Square and parts of Poppleton, Carrollton Ridge, and New Southwest/Mount Clare

Precinct 18-002 Hollins Market and Part of Poppleton

Ben Jealous, 72%
272 votes
Larry Hogan, 25%
94 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.53%
2 votes
Ian Schlakman, 2.4%
9 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Precinct 19-002 Union Square, Part of Carrollton Ridge, and Part of New Southwest/Mount Clare

Ben Jealous, 66%
238 votes
Larry Hogan, 33%
120 votes
Shawn Quinn, 0.55%
2 votes
Ian Schlakman, 0.55%
2 votes
All write-ins, 0%
0 votes

Check The Baltimore Sun map for additional results in South Baltimore and the rest of Maryland. Governor Hogan fared well in Morrell Park and Brooklyn, while Ben Jealous did well in Westport, Mount Winans, Cherry Hill, and Curtis Bay.

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