Dundalk native is one of three Democrats running in primary
The State Board of Elections on Wednesday released candidates’ 12-month financial reports, and they show that Democrat Vicki Almond has raised the most money and that Democrat Jim Brochin’s campaign has the most money in the bank.
Almond, an Owings Mills council member, raised $404,000 and has $616,000 cash on hand. View the report here.
State Sen. Brochin, whose district includes Towson, raised $381,000 and has $764,000 on hand. View the report here.
Former state delegate John Olszewski Jr., a Dundalk Democrat, took in $337,000 and has $505,000 on hand. View the report here.
Republican Al Redmer, the state insurance commissioner who has been endorsed by Gov. Hogan, took in $189,000 and had a balance of $123,000. View the report here.
Del. Pat McDonough’s report was not listed in the state database, but the Sun reported that he took in $72,000 and had a balance of $20,000.
Democrats outnumber Republicans in the county by 2-to-1. The primary is in June.