2018 United States House of Representatives election in the District of Columbia
Holmes-Norton: 80–90% >90%
2018 United States House of Representatives election in the District of Columbia was held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, to elect the non-voting Delegate to the United States House of Representatives from the District of Columbia. The election coincided with the 2018 elections of other federal, state, and local offices.
The non-voting delegate is elected for a two-year term. Democrat
Eleanor Holmes Norton, the incumbent delegate first elected in 1990, is was re-elected for a 15th consecutive term.   Primary election [ edit ]
The primary election for party nominee was held on June 19, 2018.
  Democratic primary [ edit ]
Eleanor Holmes Norton faced her first primary challenge since 2010. Her opponent in the primary was Kim Ford, a former Obama administration official.  Holmes Norton defeated Ford with 76.5% to Ford's 22.9% in the Democratic primary on June 19, 2018.   Candidates [ edit ] Eleanor Holmes Norton, incumbent Delegate to the United States House of Representatives  Kim Ford, former Obama administration official  Democratic primary Results [ edit ]
Results by ward:
Holmes Norton—80–90% Holmes Norton—70–80% Republican primary [ edit ] Candidates [ edit ] Nelson Rimensnyder, community activist  Libertarian primary [ edit ] Candidates [ edit ] Bruce Majors, Libertarian activist, ran unopposed for his party's nomination  Libertarian primary results [ edit ]
Results by ward:
Libertarian primary results  Party Candidate Votes % Libertarian Bruce Majors 111 90.2 Libertarian Write-ins 12 9.8 Total votes 123 100.0 Green primary [ edit ] Candidates [ edit ] Green Party primary result [ edit ]
Results by ward:
Stracuzzi—70–80% Stracuzzi—60–70% Independent candidates [ edit ] John Cheeks, businessman  General election [ edit ]
The election for Delegate for House of Representatives was held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
Results [ edit ]
Washington D.C.'s at-large congressional district, 2018  Party Candidate Votes % ± Democratic Eleanor Holmes Norton (incumbent) 199,124 87.04% -1.09% Republican Nelson F. Rimensnyder 9,700 4.24% +4.24% D.C. Statehood Green Natalie "Lino" Stracuzzi 8,636 3.77% -0.99% Independent John Cheeks 5,509 2.41% N/A Libertarian Bruce Majors 4,034 1.76% -4.46% n/a Write-ins 1,766 0.77% -0.12% Total votes 228,769 100.0% N/A Democratic hold References [ edit ] ^ a b c Portnoy, Jenna (2018-05-15). "Eleanor Holmes Norton, seeking 15th term, faces Democratic challenger in DC primary". . Washington Post Archived from the original on 2018-10-30 . Retrieved . 2018-10-30 ^ a b Jamison, Peter (2018-06-17). "D.C. primary election 2018: Your guide to who, and what, is on the ballot". . Washington Post Archived from the original on 2018-10-30 . Retrieved . 2018-10-30 ^ a b Chibbaro Jr., Lou (2018-06-13). "D.C. candidates make final push as election nears". Washington Blade . Retrieved . 2018-10-30 ^ a b Jacobovitz, Gavrielle (2018-06-05). "Norton Faces her first Democratic Challenger in 8 Years". . Hill Rag Archived from the original on 2018-10-30 . Retrieved . 2018-10-30 ^ "Muriel Bowser, Eleanor Holmes Norton, other incumbents win in D.C. Democratic primary". . 2018-06-19. WJLA-TV Archived from the original on 2018-09-24 . Retrieved . 2018-10-30 ^ a b c  ^ https://www.dcboe.org/getattachment/Elections/2018-Elections-(2)/List-of-Candidates-in-the-November-6-2018-Election-8-30-2018-(1).pdf.aspx?lang=en-US ^ http://www.politics1.com/dc.htm ^ https://electionresults.dcboe.org/election_results/2018-General-Election