Neil Parrott, Maryland State, is the projected winner of the competitive GOP primaries within Maryland's Sixth Congressional District, according to Decision Desk HQ.
At 10:30 p.m. (EDT), Parrott had 65.9 percent of the votes, with roughly 43 percent the votes that counted.
The second-highest vote was for former Washington Free Beacon reporter Matthew Foldi with 14.44 percent. The 25-year-old has received numerous endorsements from prominent Republicans including Donald Trump Jr., Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, according to Politico. The RedState's Nick Arama wrote about Foldi's campaign in June.
Other contenders in the race comprised Colt Black, Mariela Roca, Jonathan Jenkins, and Robert Poissonnier. Parrott will compete in the race against the incumbent Democratic Rep. David Trone in the general election in November.