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Statewide Md. Dems outraise GOP foes by dramatic margins

October 31, 2022

Democrats running for the three statewide offices in Maryland have outraised their Republican opponents by dramatic margins over the past two months and enter the final sprint to Election Day with substantially more resources than their GOP foes. Wes Moore, the Democratic nominee for governor, raised a whopping $5,252,438 between Aug. 24 and Oct. 23, and had $3,824,989 on hand, according to newly filed campaign finance statements submitted Friday to the Maryland State Board of Elections. Moore’s take was supplemented by the $525,843 that his running mate, former state Del. Aruna Miller (D) collected during the two-month period. Together, the Moore-Miller ticket had almost $4 million in the bank — almost 10 times the war chests of Del. Dan Cox (R-Frederick), the GOP nominee for governor, and his running mate, attorney Giordana Schifanelli.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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