Maryland Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

Last Modified: August 9, 2016 at 7:41 am

Find Latest Maryland Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics


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There are twenty-four counties and county-equivalents in the U.S. state of Maryland. Though an independent city rather than a county, the City of Baltimore is considered the equal of a county for most purposes and is a county-equivalent. Many of the counties in Maryland were named for relatives of the Barons Baltimore who were the proprietors of the Maryland colony from its founding in 1634 through 1771. The Barons Baltimore were Catholic, and George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore, originally intended that the colony be a haven for English Catholics, though for most of its history Maryland has had a majority of Protestants.

Maryland Presidential Election Result By County state district party

County FIPS County Code County seat Established Origin Area
Anne Arundel County 3 Annapolis 1650 Formed from part of St. Mary's County. 588 sq mi
Baltimore County 5 Towson 1659 Formed from unorganized territory 682 sq mi
Baltimore City 510 Baltimore City 1851 Founded in 1729. Detached in 1851 from Baltimore County 92 sq mi
Calvert County 9 Prince Frederick 1654 Formed as Patuxent County from unorganized territory. Renamed Calvert County in 1658 345 sq mi
Caroline County 11 Denton 1773 From parts of Dorchester County and Queen Anne's County 326 sq mi
Carroll County 13 Westminster 1837 From parts of Baltimore County and Frederick County 452 sq mi
Cecil County 15 Elkton 1672 From parts of Baltimore County and Kent County 418 sq mi
Charles County 17 La Plata 1658 From unorganized territory 643 sq mi
Dorchester County 19 Cambridge 1668 From unorganized territory 540 sq mi
Frederick County 21 Frederick 1748 From part of Prince George's County 667 sq mi
Garrett County 23 Oakland 1872 From part of Allegany County 656 sq mi
Harford County 25 Bel Air 1773 From part of Baltimore County 527 sq mi
Howard County 27 Ellicott City 1851 From parts of Anne Arundel County and Baltimore County 254 sq mi
Kent County 29 Chestertown 1642 From unorganized territory 414 sq mi
Montgomery County 31 Rockville 1776 From part of Frederick County 507 sq mi
Prince George's County 33 Upper Marlboro 1696 From parts of Calvert County and Charles County 498 sq mi
Queen Anne's County 35 Centreville 1706 From parts of Talbot County 510 sq mi
Saint Mary's County 37 Leonardtown 1637 From unorganized territory. Was named Potomac County between 1654 and 1658. 611 sq mi
Somerset County 39 Princess Anne 1666 From unorganized territory. 611 sq mi
Talbot County 41 Easton 1662 From part of Kent County 477 sq mi
Washington County 43 Hagerstown 1776 From part of Frederick County 468 sq mi
Wicomico County 45 Salisbury 1867 From parts of Somerset County and Worcester County 400 sq mi
Worcester County 47 Snow Hill 1742 From part of Somerset County 695 sq mi

src: wikipedia 

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