ContestOrder
Contest
Contest ID
Choice Order
Choice
Ballots
With Contest
Votes
Overvoted With
Vote for this Choice
Undervoted Without
Vote for this Choice
Ballots With
Votes for Others
Links
1.00
President - Vice Pres (Vote for 1)
1
2
Biden-Harris
418,683
1.00
President - Vice Pres (Vote for 1)
1
1
Trump-Pence
418,683
1.00
President - Vice Pres (Vote for 1)
1
3
Jorgensen-Cohen
418,683
1.00
President - Vice Pres (Vote for 1)
1
6
Write-In
418,683
1.00
President - Vice Pres (Vote for 1)
1
4
Hawkins-Walker
418,683
1.00
President - Vice Pres (Vote for 1)
1
5
Segal-De Graaf
418,683
2.00
Representative In Congress - 7 Congressional District 7 (Vote for 1)
2
8
Kweisi Mfume
106,706
2.00
Representative In Congress - 7 Congressional District 7 (Vote for 1)
2
7
Kimberly Klacik
106,706
2.00
Representative In Congress - 7 Congressional District 7 (Vote for 1)
2
9
Write-In
106,706
3.00
Judge Of The Circuit Court Judicial Circuit 3 (Vote for 2)
3
10
Vicki Ballou-Watts
418,683
3.00
Judge Of The Circuit Court Judicial Circuit 3 (Vote for 2)
3
11
Andrew Martin Battista
418,683
3.00
Judge Of The Circuit Court Judicial Circuit 3 (Vote for 2)
3
12
Write-In
418,683
3.00
Judge Of The Circuit Court Judicial Circuit 3 (Vote for 2)
3
13
Write-In
418,683
4.00
Judge Special Appeals At Large (Vote for 1)
4
14
Yes E. Gregory Wells
418,683
4.00
Judge Special Appeals At Large (Vote for 1)
4
15
No E. Gregory Wells
418,683
5.00
Question 1 (Vote for 1)
5
16
For The Constitutional Amendment
418,683
5.00
Question 1 (Vote for 1)
5
17
Against The Constitutional Amendme
418,683
6.00
Question 2 (Vote for 1)
6
18
For The Referred Law
418,683
6.00
Question 2 (Vote for 1)
6
19
Against The Referred Law
418,683
7.00
Question A (Vote for 1)
7
20
For The Proposed Charter Amendment
418,683
7.00
Question A (Vote for 1)
7
21
Against The Proposed Charter Amend
418,683
8.00
Question B (Vote for 1)
8
22
For The Bond Issue
418,683
8.00
Question B (Vote for 1)
8
23
Against The Bond Issue
418,683
9.00
Question C (Vote for 1)
9
24
For The Bond Issue
418,683
9.00
Question C (Vote for 1)
9
25
Against The Bond Issue
418,683
10.00
Question D (Vote for 1)
10
26
For The Bond Issue
418,683
10.00
Question D (Vote for 1)
10
27
Against The Bond Issue
418,683
11.00
Question E (Vote for 1)
11
28
For The Bond Issue
418,683
11.00
Question E (Vote for 1)
11
29
Against The Bond Issue
418,683
12.00
Question F (Vote for 1)
12
30
For The Bond Issue
418,683
12.00
Question F (Vote for 1)
12
31
Against The Bond Issue
418,683
13.00
Question G (Vote for 1)
13
32
For The Bond Issue
418,455
13.00
Question G (Vote for 1)
13
33
Against The Bond Issue
418,455
14.00
Question H (Vote for 1)
14
34
For The Bond Issue
418,455
14.00
Question H (Vote for 1)
14
35
Against The Bond Issue
418,455
15.00
Question I (Vote for 1)
15
36
For The Bond Issue
418,455
15.00
Question I (Vote for 1)
15
37
Against The Bond Issue
418,455
16.00
Question J (Vote for 1)
16
38
For The Bond Issue
418,455
16.00
Question J (Vote for 1)
16
39
Against The Bond Issue
418,455
17.00
Representative In Congress - 2 Congressional District 2 (Vote for 1)
17
41
C.a. Dutch Ruppersberger
206,628
17.00
Representative In Congress - 2 Congressional District 2 (Vote for 1)
17
40
Johnny Ray Salling
206,628
17.00
Representative In Congress - 2 Congressional District 2 (Vote for 1)
17
42
Write-In
206,628
18.00
Representative In Congress - 3 Congressional District 3 (Vote for 1)
18
44
John Sarbanes
70,017
18.00
Representative In Congress - 3 Congressional District 3 (Vote for 1)
18
43
Charles Anthony
70,017
18.00
Representative In Congress - 3 Congressional District 3 (Vote for 1)
18
45
Write-In
70,017
19.00
Representative In Congress - 1 Congressional District 1 (Vote for 1)
19
46
Andy Harris
35,332
19.00
Representative In Congress - 1 Congressional District 1 (Vote for 1)
19
47
Mia Mason
35,332
19.00
Representative In Congress - 1 Congressional District 1 (Vote for 1)
19
48
Write-In
35,332

Paper Ballots/Cards Cast

The number of paper cards cast. If this count is relative to a particular contest/choice, this is equivalent to the number of ballots. If a ballot is composed of only one card, this is equivalent to the number of ballots.

Paper Ballots Cast per the Comparison System

Reflects the number of paper ballots tabulated as reported by the comparison system. This count is specific to a particular contest. A contest only appears once on a single ballot and on only one card of that ballot. Therefore, for this column, the number of cards and the number of ballots are equivalent.

Votes on non-paper ballots have been subtracted.

Paper Ballots Cast

Reflects the number of paper ballots tabulated. This count is specific to a particular contest. A contest only appears once on a single ballot and on only one card of that ballot. Therefore, for this column, the number of cards and the number of ballots are equivalent.

Includes: automatically tabulated ballots, manually examined & voted ballots, and ballots not yet voted.

Excludes non-voteable ballots.

Card Discrepancy

The difference in paper cards cast according to the comparison system and this system. If a ballot is composed of only one card, this is equivalent to the number of ballots.

Less than 0:

More cards reported than images scanned.
Potential Causes (Detection / remedy):

1. Missing boxes - cards not presented to this system for scanning
(filter on card count = 0 & no CBG label on box and target at the bottom / scan box & affix label).

2. Operator error: did not scan the complete box.

Greater than 0:

More scanned cards than the number of paper cards reported by comparison system.

Potential Causes (Detection / remedy):

1. Operator error - cards were scanned more than once. (Rescan box).

2. Cards with physically damaged code channel that were not processed by the voting equipment yet are in the card population.

Number of Votes cast on paper ballots according to the Comparison System.

Votes not cast on paper ballots are subtracted out (e.g. touch screen votes)

Votes Cast on Paper

The number of votes recorded for the choice.

Compares directly to the number of votes cast on paper according to the comparison system.

Includes automatically voted ballots and manually examined & voted ballots.

Does not include cards not yet tabulated and non-voteable cards.

Vote Discrepancy:

The difference in votes cast on paper according to the comparison system and according to this system.

Less than 0:

Fewer votes from images scanned during this tabulation than was reported by the comparison system.

Percent Difference

The Difference as a percentage of Votes Cast according to the Comparison System

Votes:

The number of votes received by the choice that were automatically tabulated plus votes from manually resolved ballots.

Overvoted Ballots With a Vote for This Choice:

The number of ballots where the contest was over-voted, and this choice was one of those marked.

Undervoted Ballots Without a Vote for This Choice:

The number of ballots where the choice's vote target was empty and the number of votes tabulated for all choices in that contest was fewer than allowed by the voting rule.

In a contest with two choices, this is the same as a "blank voted" contest.

Ballots With Votes for Others:

The number of ballots where this choice's vote target is empty, but the vote rule has been met by votes for other choices.