Last week the Carroll County Board of Elections released their official results from November's general election. There were 92,476 ballots cast in Carroll County including early voting, absentee ballots and votes on Election Day. The chart below shows a breakdown of how many votes went to each presidential candidate in the county. Click anywhere on the chart to view the votes in Carroll County for Maryland's U.S. Senate race. Chart not showing up? Try refreshing this page.

The map below shows each of Carroll County's polling places and the early voting center. The points are sized based on the number of ballots cast there. The county's early voting center's 19,756 votes made it the largest polling place in the county by far. Carroll is the most populous county in the state to have a single early voting center. Including early voting and absentee ballots, 77.65 percent of Carroll's 119,087 registered voters cast a ballot in the election. The average turnout at polling places on Election Day was about 58 percent. The points on the map are shaded based on the voter turnout at each polling place with darker points having higher turnout. Click the points on the map below to view the turnout percentage, total ballots cast, and the number of votes for Trump and Clinton at each polling place. The early voting center is not given a voter turnout percentage in the same way as the Election Day polling places so only the number of ballots cast and the split between the candidates will be listed there. Having trouble seeing individual polling places? Zoom in with the controls in the lower left corner to get a better view of an area. For the best experience view the map from a desktop.

Four candidates were running for two open seats on the Carroll County Board of Education with Donna Sivigny and Marsha Herbert securing seats on Election Day. The chart below shows the total votes received by each candidate.

The points on the map below are sized based on the number of ballots cast for the Board of Education Candidates. The points are colored based on which candidate got the most votes at that polling place. Click the points on the map to see the total votes cast and how many votes went to each candidate. Use the zoom controls in the lower left corner to get a better view of an area. For the best experience view the map from a desktop.

Data from the Carroll County Board of Elections Official Results page and precinct results documents.

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