Progressive Maryland is incredibly proud to have many wins with candidates they endorsed this 2022 General Election.Ā 

The full list of Progressive Maryland's 47 winning endorsed candidates are as follows:

Ballot Measures

  • Cannabis LegalizationĀ 

Executive Offices

  • Wes Moore, Governor
  • Anthony Brown, Attorney General
  • Brooke Lierman, Comptroller

State SenateĀ 

  • Karen Lewis Young, District 3
  • Clarence Lam, District 12
  • Brian Feldman, District 15
  • Susan Lee, District 16
  • Jim Rosapepe, District 21
  • Dawn Gile, District 33
  • Mary Washington, District 43Ā 

State House of DelegatesĀ 

  • Jennifer White, District 10
  • Dana Stein, District 11
  • Pamela Queen, District 14
  • David Fraser-Hidalgo, District 15
  • Linda Foley, District 15
  • Joe Vogel, District 17
  • Julie Palakovich Carr, District 17
  • Emily Shetty, District 18
  • Bonnie Cullison, District 19
  • Vaughn Stewart, District 19
  • David Moon, District 20
  • Lorig Charkoudian, District 20
  • Alonzo Washington, District 22
  • Adrian Boafo, District 23
  • Jazz Lewis, District 24
  • Jamila Woods, District 26
  • Gabe Acevero, District 39
  • Leslie Lopez, District 39
  • Samuel Rosenberg, District 41
  • Eric Ebersole, District 44a
  • Sheila Ruth, District 44b
  • Aleithia McCaskill, District 44b
  • Mark Edelson, District 46
  • Diana Fennell, District 47a

Local Races

  • Jacob Bennett, Harford County Council District F
  • Marc Elrich, Montgomery County ExecutiveĀ 
  • Laurie-Anne Sayles, Montgomery County Council At-Large
  • Will Jawando, Montgomery County Council At-Large
  • Kate Stewart, Montgomery County Council District 4
  • Natali Fani-Gonzalez, Montgomery County Council District 6
  • Grace Rivera-Oven, Montgomery County Board of Education District 1
  • Eric Olson, PG County Council District 3
  • Wala Blegay, PG County Council District 6
  • Krystal Oriadha, PG County Council District 7
  • Edward Burroughs III, PG County Council District 8
  • Jonathan Briggs, PG County Board of Education District 2
  • Branndon Jackson, PG County Board of Education District 6