In the latest returns posted in Baltimore’s primary, Councilman Bill Henry expanded his lead to almost 10,000 votes over Joan M. Pratt in the comptroller’s race.
Henry leads 53.9% to 46.1%, making his victory over the six-term incumbent a near certainty.
Delegate Nick Mosby moved closer to victory in the Council President’s race, as he kept a comfortable margin ahead of Councilwoman Shannon Sneed and former Councilman Carl Stokes.
Mosby leads with 40.7% of the vote, more than 15,000 votes ahead of Sneed, who stands at 28.6%.
In the 12th District, incumbent Councilman Robert Stokes’s lead is shrinking. Friday’s results showed Phillip Westry trailing Stokes by about 10%; on Sunday it narrowed to less than 5%.
Westry now trails by 319 votes.
While the margin remains thin, Mark Conway’s lead over Logan Endow in the 4th District has grown. Conway leads by 231 votes, 28.1% to 26.0%.
About 15,000 Democratic Party ballots are yet to be counted by the board of elections. See latest results here.