Two statewide campaigns have filed complaints with the Maryland State Board of Elections after their races attracted outside spending. On Saturday, the campaign of Katie Curran O’Malley, who is in a competitive Democratic primary race for attorney general with Rep. Anthony Brown, filed a complaint with the Maryland State Board of Elections against the VoteVets PAC, which is airing an attack ad against O’Malley. The ad is the latest in what is becoming an acrimonious battle over bona fides in the race. In late June, O’Malley released an ad that highlighted recent endorsements by The Washington Post and Baltimore Sun and her experience as a judge and prosecutor.
Political Notes: O’Malley and Schulz Campaigns File Complaints Over Outside Spending
July 13, 2022