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According to the unofficial results from the Calvert County Board of Elections, 88.89 percent of the votes are in as of Thursday morning.

Unofficial voting results in Calvert CountyThese are the unofficial results from the Calvert County Board of Elections as of Thursday morning.Registered voters: 58,864Votes cast: 42,492 or 72.19 percentPrecincts reporting: 24 of 27 or 88.9 percentAbsentee votes issued: 2,824Absentee votes returned: 2,295Provisional votes: not calculatedPresident/Vice PresidentObama/Biden (D): 18,963 or 44.8 percentRomney/Ryan (R): 22,413 or 52.95 percentJohnson/Gray (L): 533 or 1.26 percentStein/Honkala (G): 259 or 0.61 percentWrite-in votes: 161 or 0.38 percentU.S. SenateCardin, Ben (D): 15,854 or 38.78 percentBongino, Daniel J. (R): 16,057 or 39.28 percentAhmad, Dean (L): 470 or 1.15 percentSobhani, Rob (Unf): 8,456 or 20.96 percentWrite-in votes: 42 or 0.1 percentU.S. Congressional District 5Hoyer, Steny H. (D): 20,338 or 49.37 percentO’Donnell, Tony (R): 19,702 or 47.82 percentVohra, Arvin (L): 556 or 1.35 percentAuerbach, Bob (G): 565 or 1.37 percentWrite-in votes: 38 or 0.09 percentJudge Circuit Court 7Clagett, Marjorie L.: 34,571 or 99.28 percentWrite-in votes: 251 or 0.72 percentJudge Special Appeal At LargeBerger, Stuart R.Yes: 30,107 or 88.9 percentNo: 3,760 or 11.10 percentBoard of EducationDistrict 1Chenelly, Joseph R.: 18,806 or 54.59 percentSavoy, Clifton E.: 15,564 or 45.18Write-in votes: 78 or 0.23 percentDistrict 2McGuire, Tracy H.: 31,626 or 99.29 percentWrite-in votes: 225 or 0.71 percentDistrict 3Crunkleton, Rose C.: 16,657 or 46.21 percentMcConkey, Kelly D.: 19,310 or 53.57 percentWrite-in votes: 77 or 0.21 percentQuestion 1: Qualifications for Prince George’s County Orphans’ Court JudgesFor the Constitution: 32,265 or 83.72 percentAgainst the Constitution: 6,276 or 16.28 percentQuestion 2: Qualifications for Baltimore County Orphans’ Court JudgesFor the Constitution: 32,618 or 83.94 percentAgainst the Constitution: 6,240 or 16.06 percentQuestion 3: Suspension and Removal of Elected OfficialsFor the Constitution: 36,075 or 90.15 percentAgainst the Constitution: 3,941 or 9.85 percentQuestion 4: Public Institutions of Higher Learning Tuition RatesFor the referred law: 18,759 or 46.47 percentAgainst the referred law: 21,611 or 53.53 percentQuestion 5: Congressional Districting PlanFor the referred law: 23,634 or 62.36 percentAgainst the referred law: 14,267 or 37.64 percentQuestion 6: Civil Marriage Protection ActFor the referred law: 18,589 or 45.24 percentAgainst the referred law: 22,504 or 54.76 percentQuestion 7: Gaming ExpansionFor the addition: 23,670 or 56.53 percentAgainst the addition: 18,205 or 43.47 percent

Mary DePelteau, office specialist at the board of elections, said Thursday that of the 2,803 absentee ballots issued, 2,295 have been returned.

She said the number of provisional ballots has not been determined yet.

Prior to Tuesday’s election, there are 58,864 registered voters in Calvert County with 42,924, or 72.19 percent, voting in this election as of Thursday morning — there are still absentee and provisional votes to count.

In Calvert, presidential candidate Mitt Romney took in 22,413 votes, or 52.9 percent of the vote over incumbent President Barack Obama.