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Comptroller, attorney general races are money blowouts
Comptroller, attorney general races are money blowouts

In the Maryland governor's race, Anthony G. Brown is expected to report a sizable lead over Republican Larry Hogan in cash on hand Friday night, but it won't be anything like the advantage held by the other two Democrats on the statewide ballot. Comptroller Peter Franchot reported Friday that he has $1.2 million in cash on hand in his campaign account. That's after spending $260,000 on his re-election campaign. Meanwhile, Republican rival William H. Campbell is reporting $3,490 in the bank after spending about $3,000. That gives Franchot an advantage of roughly 350 to 1. Republicans' expectations in the race are modest. They haven't won the chief tax...

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