Update 10:15 p.m.
Four of the seven candidates running for school board will move on to fight for two seats on the Carroll County Board of Education. Jennifer Seidel, Cynthia Foley and newcomer Jim Doolan will be on the ballot in November. With 36 out of 39 precincts reporting, it's too close to determine who will hold the fourth spot on the ballot -- it will likely be Don Hoffman or Ginger DiMaggio.
As of 10:15 Tuesday evening, Jennifer Seidel had 25.32 percent of the votes. Jim Doolan had 16.75 percent of the votes; Cynthia Foley had 16.27 percent of the votes; Ginger DiMaggio had 12.70 percent of the votes; Don Hoffman had 11.86 percent of the votes; Krista Kniesler had 11.17 percent of the votes; and Matthew Kaliszak had 5.92 percent of the votes.
An hour after polls closed in primary voting Tuesday night, Carroll County reported the following results.
As of 8:15 p.m., Jennifer Seidel has 24.97 percent of the votes to remain on the school board followed by Jim Doolan with 18.06 percent; Cynthia Foley with 16.39 percent; Krista Kniesler with 14.29 percent; Ginger DiMaggio with 13.06 percent; Don Hoffman with 10.17 percent; and Matthew Kaliszak with 3.06 percent.
Other races include delegates to the Democratic and National Conventions, U.S. senator; and congressional representatives to Districts 1 and 8.
In early, unofficial results, incumbent Rep. Chris Van Hollen had a drastic lead in the District 8 congressional Democratic primary. Van Hollen had almost 93 percent of the vote with challenger George English taking around 7 percent of the vote.
In the District 8 Republican congressional primary, Ken Timmerman was leading a field of four with almost 42 percent of the votes and Dave Wallace captured around 35 percent of the votes.
National news outlets at 8 p.m. in the Republican presidential primary with 53 percent of the vote in Maryland as of 8:30 p.m.