A state lawmaker running for Maryland's potentially competitive 6th Congressional District expects to report a healthy first fundraising quarter, despite uncertainty about whether the incumbent -- Rep. John Delaney -- will seek reelection.
Del. Aruna Miller, a civil engineer from Darnestown elected to the General Assembly in 2010, will report raising more than $350,000 in the second quarter of the year, according to her campaign. Miller is expected to report having about $342,000 of that money in the bank at the end of June.
An aide said the money was raised entirely from donors and that none came from Miller’s pocket.
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