As Maryland primary voters begin receiving ballots by mail this week, several of the leading candidates for governor reported having sizable war chests to continue using on television ads and other efforts in their bids to win over voters ahead of the July 19 primary. Wes Moore, among the front-runners in the Democratic primary, reported having $1,75,15 on hand as of June 7. His running mate, former Del. Aruna Miller, had $351,254 in a separate campaign committee, bringing the ticket’s total up to about $2.1 million — the most of any candidate who had revealed their fundraising and spending by Tuesday evening.
Maryland governor candidates open their ledgers on the lengthy money race that helps them lure voters
June 15, 2022