Three Incumbents Lead At-Large County Council Race; One Remains On The Outside Looking In

With 246 of 258 election day precincts reporting as of 7:15am on Wednesday morning, incumbents Evan Glass (42,409, 18.29%), Will Jawando (40,159, 17.32%), and Gabe Albornoz (35,937, 15.5%) are at the top of the Democratic primary for the four available At-Large County Council seats. The other incumbent, Tom Hucker, is currently on the outside looking in with (24,345, 10.5%), trailing former Gaithersburg City Councilmember Laurie-Anne Sayles (31,016, 13.37%), and Scott Goldberg (25,475, 10.98%), who are currently in 4th and 5th place in the primary. Brandy Brooks (18,82, 8.12%) and Dana Gassaway (13,749, 5.93%) round out the candidates on the Democratic side.

The Republican primary is a lot closer, though all three candidates will make it through, with Christopher Fiotes (8,101, 33.8%) leading Dwight Patel (8,020, 33.52%) and Lenard Lieber (7,804, 32.68%).

This story will be updated as more precincts report their results.

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