|MARYLAND||10 Electoral Votes|
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Maryland State Admin. Board of Election Laws)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 5,296,486
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 3,925,000 % change from '96 +3.3
Total Registration, Oct. 13, 2000 2,715,366
Dem. 1,547,117 (56.98%) Rep. 805,894 (29.68%) Lib. 4,021 (0.15%) Grn. 973 Const. 57 Ref. 813 Decl. and Other 356,491 (13.13%)
Maryland has: 23 counties and Baltimore city.
Largest counties: Montgomery, Prince George's, Baltimore (county), Baltimore (city), Anne Arundel.
State Admin. Bd. of Elections
Secretary of State
Gore comfortably won Maryland's 10 electoral votes, gaining a plurality of 326,985 votes (16.18 percentage points). Gore carried 6 counties and Baltimore City, while Bush won in 17 counties.
|Notes: Seven political parties filed with the State Board of Elections to be officially recognized in Maryland for the Nov. 2000 election. Six parties achieved this status and appeared on the ballot (the Natural Law Party failed to gain sufficient signatures).|
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