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Who’s ahead in the Maryland 6th District House ?

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U.S. House, MD-6, 2024, Democratic primary

May 6-7
400LV
May 6-7
400LV
McClain Delaney
37%
McClain Delaney
37%

McClain Delaney

37%

Vogel

24%
24%
Vogel  McClain Delaney+13
April 25-26
558LV
April 25-26
558LV
Vogel
24%
Vogel
24%

Vogel

24%

McClain Delaney

24%
24%
McClain Delaney  Even
March 14-17
500LV
March 14-17
500LV
McClain Delaney
17%
McClain Delaney
17%

McClain Delaney

17%

Vogel

10%

Lopez

8%

Martinez

8%

Grammer

5%
10%
VogelMcClain Delaney+7
Nov. 14-17
300LV
Nov. 14-17
300LV
Martinez
6%
Martinez
6%

Martinez

6%

McClain Delaney

5%

Lopez

3%

Vogel

3%

Grammer

3%

Rubin

1%
5%
McClain DelaneyMartinez+1
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