The Wes Moore-Aruna Miller fundraising machine appears to have picked up momentum since the general election began last month. After winning the July 19 Democratic primary for governor and lieutenant governor, the Moore-Miller ticket reported raising $1.7 million and they enter the fall campaign with a combined $1,476,294 in their treasuries and a joint campaign account as of Aug. 23 – more than 10 times that of their GOP opponents. The Democratic ticket has far more money on hand than Del. Dan Cox (R-Frederick), the GOP nominee for governor, and his running mate, attorney Giordana Schifanelli. The Republicans together had $141,196 in their campaign accounts as of Aug. 23.
Moore, unsurprisingly, opens up wide fundraising lead over Cox
August 31, 2022