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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Fundraising Race Is On For Md. Gubernatorial Candidates

Maryland’s next governor race takes shape. Right now, potential candidates are releasing how much money they’ve raised for their campaigns. Adam Mayhas the developing details.

Among Democrats most likely to run for governor, the money race is almost a three-way tie.

Governor Martin O’Malley is already halfway through his second term in office. Now other Democrats are building their war chests, hoping to take his place.

According to new 2012 finance reports just filed with the State Board of Elections, Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown raised just over $1,250,000 for his campaign. That’s just a smidge more than Attorney General Doug Gansler, who already had millions in the bank after running unopposed. Howard County Executive Ken Ulman barely trails the pack for 2012 but comes in second in overall cash.


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