WASHINGTON -- Former Prince George's County councilwoman Ingrid M. Turner will report raising $263,558 in the second quarter of the year in her bid for Maryland's 4th congressional district, her campaign said Tuesday.
That number includes a $220,000 loan the candidate gave to herself, the campaign's report showed. From donors, Turned raised $40,858.
"I am honored to receive such generous support from people across Maryland. I want to thank everyone for their hard work and support," Turner said in a statement.
Turner is one of a large field of candidates running to replace Rep. Donna F. Edwards, the Prince George's County Democrat who is seeking the Senate seat that will be left open in 2017 by retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski.
Also in the race is former State's Attorney Glenn Ivey, former Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, Dels. Dereck E. Davis and Joseline Peña-Melnyk and former candidate Warren Christopher.
Turner served in the council from the end of 2006 through 2014 and was its chair in 2011. The Bowie resident is also a past president of the Maryland Association of Counties.
Ivey will report raising $275,000 with $320,000 in the bank. A campaign spokeswoman said Peña-Melnyk will report raising $168,000 in the second quarter, but the campaign declined to provide an on-hand figure.