Election Projection 2014: District 10

Senate District 10

Incumbent: Delores G. Kelley (D)
Filed Challengers: none
Projection: Safe D Hold

Past Results:
2010: Delores G. Kelley (D) 98.2%, Stephanie Boston (D-write in) 1.2%
2006: Delores G. Kelley (D) unopposed

District 10 retains its base in west Baltimore county, while picking up Reisterstown from the 11th. Senator Delores Kelley won a three-way primary in June and will cruise to re-election without a Republican opponent.

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House District 10 – 3 members

Incumbents: Emmett C. Burns (D), Shirley Nathan-Pulliam (D), Adrienne A. Jones (D) – Burns and Nathan-Pulliam are now in District 44B.
Filed Challengers: Benjamin Brooks (D), Jay Jalisi (D), William T. Newton (R)
Projection: Safe D Hold

Past Results:
2010: Emmett C. Burns (D) 31.6%, Shirley Nathan-Pulliam (D) 31.5%, Adrienne A. Jones (D) 29.8%, Jeanne L. Turnock (R) 6.9%
2006: Emmett C. Burns (D), Shirley Nathan-Pulliam (D), Adrienne A. Jones (D) unopposed

While the district gained territory in the north, it lost its share of Catonsville and most of Woodlawn as well. Incumbent delegates Burns and Nathan-Pulliam, who resided in these southern areas, are now out of the district. Therefore, there are two open seats in this safe Democratic district.

Jones will be joined on the ballot by Jay Jalisi and Benjamin Brooks, who edged out Carin Smith for the third spot by just 310 votes. William T. Newton is the only Republican running in District 10.