Campaign Finance -- What the Mayoral Primary Candidates Raised and Spent

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Candidates for Baltimore City elected offices filed their campaign finance reports over the past week chronicling what they raised and spent for this fall's primary election. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake raised, and spent, significantly more than her challengers on her way to capturing 52 percent of the vote.

Here's a look at what each mayoral candidate raised from August 28, 2011, through October 23, 2011, as well as how much each candidate spent and how much he or she has left on hand. Not surprisingly, most of the fund-raising and spending took place prior to the September 13th primary.

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
Raised: $124,780
Spent: $408,859
Cash on hand: $114,498

Otis Rolley
Raised: $33,495
Spent: $82,391
Cash on hand: $1,686
Outstanding obligations: $24,814

Catherine Pugh
Raised: $36,915
Spent: $228,866
Cash on hand: $8,591
Outstanding obligations: $22,265

Jody Landers
Raised: $16,105
Spent: $127,532 (included repayment of $65,000 in loans)
Cash on hand: $3,440

Frank Conaway
Report not yet available through Maryland State Board of Elections.
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