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By the numbers: 2018 Maryland election campaign finances

The latest round of financial disclosure reports for candidates seeking public office in Maryland reveal more about some of the key races to watch this year.

The primary election is slated for June 26, with early voting open June 14-21. The general election is set for Nov. 6.

We break down the financials reported by the candidates for May 16 through June 10.

Baltimore City State's Attorney
Candidate Cash on hand Raised
Bates $126,498 $66,115
Mosby $294,588 $57,601
Vignarajah $420,184 $1,625
Governor
Candidate Cash on hand Raised Combined campaign total*
Baker $141,196 $178,769 $242,056
Ervin*** $164,095 $606 $166,188
Hogan $8,209,952 $802,700 $9,377,109
Jaffe N/A N/A N/A
Jealous $260,190 $324,524 $384,625
Jones N/A N/A N/A
Kamenetz** $5,802 $220 N/A
Madaleno $16,256 $339,726**** $16,256
Ross $135,544 $75,683 $181,161
Shea $168,771 $118,080 $564,648
Vignarajah $514,742 $23,279 $534,662
Lt. Governor
Candidate Cash on hand Raised
Blake$13,500$0
Embry$25,408$24,881
JenkinsN/AN/A
Johnson***$2,093$0
Rutherford$1,167,157$104,450
Scott$45,867$45,535
Turnbull$93,358$53,665
Verratti$28,463$34,400
Baltimore County Executive
Candidate Cash on hand Raised
Almond$241,708$83,831
Brochin$37,360$178,000
McDonough$25,577$11,555
Olszewski$218,683$37,697
Redmer$53,263$28,760

*Includes cash-on-hand numbers from the Governor, Lt. Governor, and slate.

**Kevin Kamenetz died suddenly on May 10.

***Valerie Ervin, Kamenetz's former running mate, was running in his place with Marisol Johnson as her running mate before suspending her campaign on June 13.

****Includes public financing.

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