The Democratic candidates for Baltimore County executive continue to out-raise and out-spend their Republican counterparts, according to new campaign finance reports.
Going into the final days of the campaign, Democrat Vicki Almond has the most cash on hand — about $241,000.
Almond, a county councilwoman from Reisterstown, raised about $83,000 during the 25-day reporting period from May 16 through June 10. But she drained a sizable amount of her war chest, spending $578,000, mostly on radio, television and digital advertising.
Almond also benefited from the Baltimore County Victory Slate, an account controlled by former county executive Jim Smith that gave her $20,000....