In a race that began with the January 15th announcement from Congressman Moran that he would not seek re-election, a vigorous primary election concluded 146 days later with Don Beyer winning “decisively” from an initial field of thirteen candidates that saw seven still running on June 10th (* withdrawn prior to June 10th, but still on the ballot: Herring, Korpe, Shuttleworth).
In the heavily Democratic 8th District a Democrat is expected to prevail in the General Election on November 4th.
|Donald S. Beyer, Jr.||17,780||45.77%|
|Lavern J. Chatman||2,116||5.45%|
|Mark H. Levine||2,613||6.73%|
|Charniele L. Herring *||126||0.32%|
|Patrick A. Hope||7,092||18.26%|
|Adam P. Ebbin||5,262||13.55%|
|Bruce B. Shuttleworth *||85||0.22%|
|Satish W. Korpe *||42||0.11%|
|William D. “Bill” Euille||3,253||8.37%|
|Derek S. Hyra||478||1.23%|