Once again, it's the day after the primary. This time, it's the one that I and the blog diva voted in - Maryland. Our state has been a solid blue for quite a while, despite having a popular Republican governor. This is likely because we have the large city of Baltimore, as well as the border areas with DC. Those who live in the western, northern, or eastern shore areas are definitely more Republican, but much more sparsely populated. The results
show this. It appears that about 350K people voted in the Democratic primary, and about 250K voted in the Republican primary. This doesn't include the mail-in votes, which (by law) are counted tomorrow. That, of course, should widen the gap even more, since mail-in voting is shunned by the TFG followers.