Gov. Parris N. Glendening's inaugural committee raised roughly $1.1 million to pay for two parties for the governor this week, according to a list of sponsors released yesterday and the committee's estimates of tickets sold.
The sponsor list shows that $855,000 of the total was raised in contnbutions of $2,500 to $20,000 from almost 150 businesses, law firms, lobbyists and other special interests.
Officials said the parties, including Wednesday's inaugural ball and a cocktail party Sunday, cost more than $850,000. Money left over will be given to charities, they said.
$20,000 "Diamond" Sponsors
Law Office of Peter Angelos
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Correctional Health Solutions/Ashland
Potomac Electric Power Co.
Universal Life Insurance
Whiting-Turner Construction Co.
$15,000 "Platinum" Sponsors
First National Bank of Maryland
Middle River Aircraft Systems
$10,000 "Gold" Sponsors
HAAM PAC-Future Care Health Management Corp & Regency Healthcare
Lockheed Martin Co.
The Michael Cos.
Rite Aid Corp.
Trigen Energy of Baltimore
$5,000 "Silver" Sponsors
Anderson Group of Companies
The CAMMAY Group
Communications Workers of America
Corporate Office Properties Trust
Eagle Maintenance Services
Edgar Lomax Co.
Evans & Stierhoff
Hodes, Ulman, Pessin and Katz
Drs. Lilly and Malouf
Maryland Bankers Association
Maryland Horse Breeders Association/Maryland Million
Maryland Medical PAC
Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association
Maryland Trial Lawyers Association
Meyers, Billingsley, Rodbell & Rosenbaum
Miles & Stockbridge
Service Employees International
Rifkin, Livingston, Levitan & Silver
Henry A. Rosenberg Jr.
T. Rowe Price