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State election official wants to set record straig...
Major complaints of violations in Brown-Hogan race...
Democratic PAC under investigation ceases activities
A super political action committee under review for possibly prohibited coordination between the campaign of Democrat Anthony Brown and his chief fundraiser transferred the bulk of its remaining funds — $250,000 — in mid-October to a federal super committee now running attack ads against Brown’s Republican rival.
While state election officials would not confirm or deny the PAC “One State One Future” was temporarily required to halt campaign activities as a result of the investigation, One State One Future has not reported any major expenditures since late July.Read More
State election official wants to set record straight on Hogan ruling
State Elections Board Vice Chairman David McManus wants to set the record straight. The board did not find a campaign violation had occurred when it investigated a finance complaint filed against Larry Hogan Jr., the Republican nominee for governor, he said.
The state elections board voted Thursday to waive a $50 fine in the case. McManus, one of two Republicans serving on the five-member state election board, said he wanted to set the record straight after reading several media reports indicating Hogan and his grassroots organization Change Maryland had run afoul of campaign finance regulations.
Major complaints of violations in Brown-Hogan race unlikely to be resolved till after election
State election officials are scheduled to rule Thursday on the first of three campaign finance violation complaints filed in the contentious race for governor, but the two most serious complaints won’t likely be resolved till after the election. Civil penalties could be imposed on Larry Hogan’s Change Maryland organization. Another complaint involving possible collusion between the Brown-Ulman campaign, its chief fundraiser and a political action committee (PAC) supporting Brown is still under investigation.Read More
Campaign finance transparency measures pass General Assembly
by Len Lazarick | April 11, 2012 | News | 0 |
Campaign finances would become a bit more transparent in the future because of several bipartisan bills enacted by the legislature this session.Read More
Easy filing for major party candidates makes for crowded primary ballots
Easy filing for major party candidates makes for crowded primary ballots By Megan Poinski Megan@MarylandReporter.com Maryland voters wondering why there are so many candidates running for so many offices, including some of the...Read More
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