Campaign Finance Data (updated)

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The first major campaign fund-raising period of the 2010 campaign season officially ended August 10th. Maryland candidates are required to file their annual finance reports with state officials this week. With the September primary election and November general elections just around the corner, Center Maryland has gone through the data to determine how much candidates raised since their January reports, and how much money they have on hand to spend.

Center Maryland pulled together data on some of the prominent state officials, and also tried to pick out data from some of what appear to be Maryland’s competitive races.

For some candidates, their data had not yet been posted to the state’s campaign finance website as of Wednesday night. As soon as their numbers become available, we’ll add their totals. (Note: We only analyzed the main accounts for candidates, and — except for the governor’s race — did not include separate “slate” accounts that they may participate in.)

Are there other competitive races that we should be keeping an eye on? Send us an email at to let us know.

…………...........…………..Raised in 2010…………….Cash on Hand
Governor
Martin O’Malley…..........…$3.3 million………...…….$6.7 million
Brian Murphy…..........……$250,000………………….$40,000
Robert Ehrlich……….........$3.2 million……………….$2.1 million

Comptroller
Peter Franchot………...….$115,784………......……$505,047
William Campbell.............$13,463.....................$1,974
Armand Girard..............................$.............................$
Brendan Madigan..........................$............................$

Attorney General
Doug Gansler…….....……$298,917…………...….$2,318,057

Anne Arundel Executive
John Leopold………….....$36,800…………………..$568,585
Joanna Conti……….....…..$166,799……….........……$81,093
Mike Shay…………..........$2,975......................$3,122.

Baltimore City
State’s Attorney

Gregg Bernstein…….......….$217,870.............$197,220
Patricia Jessamy….....…….$46,004................$38,267.79
Sheryl Lansey……………..…….$..........................$

Baltimore County
Executive

Joe Bartenfelder……………..$170,671……………$461,218
Kevin Kamenetz……………..$301,743…………….$357,425
Ken Holt……………………….$130,312…………….$108,481

State’s Attorney
Scott Shellenberger………………$101,632..........................$116,114
Stephen Bailey………………….$12,961.………………………$2,667

Council
District One

Tom Quirk…...........…………$19,049…..………….$46,096
Greg Morgan…………………$37,200.………………$17,301
Brian Bailey….....……..……$22,019………....………$5,300
Rebecca Dongarra…………….$13,387....................$2,158
Steve Whisler…………………$54,856....................$38,069

District Two
Vicki Almond…................$64,750......................$21,705
Sherrie Becker……........……$55,828................$22,664
Albert Harris……………………$..........................$
Theodore Levin………….…$16,254.....................$3,065
Timmy Ruppersberger…….….$63,220..............$30,337

District Five
Mike Ertel…............…..……$17,500…….....…..$30,641
Gordon Harden…............…$9,200.……....……$45,589
Bill Paulshock……...............$53,779................$18,946
David Marks......…......…….$40,216................$25,176

District Six
Cathy Bevins…......…....…..$18,225………………$42,143
Todd Schuler……….……….$18,269...................$15,979
Stephen Verch………..….......$17,958..................$13,594
Ryan Nawrocki………............$18,208..................$10,226
Andy Peet………………………$0.............................$0

Howard County
Executive

Ken Ulman…………………..$296,559……………..$713,424
Trent Kittleman………………$42,002………………$23,297

Council
District One

Courtney Watson………………$27,302.……………$71,510
Robert Flanagan………………..$16,531.………….$6,560

District Two
Calvin Ball…................……….$8,909……....….$56,956
Anthony Jordan………...…………$…………….$
Reginald Avery……………………….$..........................$

District Three
Jennifer Terrasa………............$4,210….....……$53,140
Dennis Schrader…............……$35,066…....…..$33,953

District Four
Alan Klein….........……………$9,218......................$7,322
Mary Kay Sigaty…....………….$23,060...................$29,528
Tom D’Asto………………..…….$................................$

Montgomery County
At large County Council

Jane de Winter……………....…….$31,947.……………..$39,929
Marc Elrich……...……..…...…….$53,146.………………..$59,553
Fred Evans……….....…….....…….$16,910.……………..$8,140
Nancy Floreen……………....…..$124,063....…………$170,587
George Leventhal………….....….$78,840................$70,461
Raj Narayanan…….....………...$................................$
Hans Riemer……………………….$.................................$
Duchy Trachtenberg…………$8,760......................... $226,910
Becky Wagner……...…………$140,238.…………………..$96,894
Robert Dyer……………………..$.................................$
Mark Fennel……………………..$....................................$
Brandon Rippeon………………$6,500.…………………$3,780
Robin Uncapher……………………$.................................$
George Gluck…………………..$100.…………………$73.57

Prince George’s County
Executive

Rushern Baker……….......$405,912…………$116,198
Michael Jackson…......……$162,205………...$116,841
Gerron Levi……......………$110,110.……………$103,950
Sam Dean……………........$4,612………………$2,675
Henry Turner…………....…….$.............................$

State’s Attorney
Angela Alsobrooks….....……$49,540...................$54,961
Thomas Dernoga………………$82,834……………..$128,442
Peggy Magee……………..……$14,568....................$18,333
Mark Spencer………….....…..$55,175............$13,404
Joseph Wright…………......….$44,360.............$16,424

Maryland Senate
District 2

Donald Munson….....……$47,070.………$58,194
Chris Shank………......……$6,930.……….$58,221

District 6
Norman Stone………......…..$18,050.……………$43,288
Jordan Hadfield………..……….$……………..$
Bruce Kahl…………….....…$..............................$

District 7
Al Redmer……….....………$85,946.………….$52,779
Jim Stavropoulos, Jr......…….$..................................$
J.B. Jennings…………......…$43,937...................$21,073

District 14
Rona Kramer……........…..$35,033......................$44,196
Karen Montgomery……...…$45,442.............$78,317
Eric Cary…………...........$2,897.......................$1,394

District 17
Cheryl Kagan………….......$37,288.…………$96,996
Jennie Forehand………......$23,944..………….$88,208
Adol Owen-Williams…..…..$.........................................$

District 19
Mike Lenett…………………....……$………………$
Roger Manno……………………….$51,009………………$105,820
Don Irvine……………………………$.................................................$

District 24
Nathaniel Exum………......…$49,165.…………..$42,099
Joanne Benson…......……….$18,822.……………$6,299

District 30
John Astle……………......….$32,100.…………$105,293
Rob Elfenbein………….......$49,036.…………….$36,112

District 38
Jim Mathias…....……......…….$103,205.…………$102,457
Michael James…..……......….$63,472.……….$64,235
Charles Lehrer…….....…………$.....................$
Rick Carey………………….....…..$...................................$

District 39
Nancy King……….....………$95,830.………….$116,635
Saqib Ali………………....…$63,356.………………$114,120
Robert Smith..................$......................$

District 46
George Della……....……….$12,100...................$55,192
Bill Ferguson………....……$89,718.10...............$42,932

District 47
David Harrington…….....…..$……………… $
Victor Ramirez………….......$39,030………$66,943
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