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 collector's job since 1898.