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Candidate Campaign Finance Reports – June 2022 | Carroll County Commissioner District 3


The Carroll County Observer continues the reporting of candidate campaign finance reports from local candidates. Today I have for you the latest campaign finance reports for candidates running for Carroll County Commissioner in District 3.

Here is a high level overview of the Pre-Primary 1 reports filed in June 2022:

Reminder: Gordon and Herbert are running in the Republican Primary. Hands is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary.

Here are some specifics for each candidate:

(R) Tom Gordon: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mPIGpXrknO_nn2rTG6tZ9ClMgZHxNEpx/view?usp=sharing

(R) Marsha Herbert: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V7OlVCw7yFBSYRHYao19r6pwfYFfWAjS/view?usp=sharing

(D) Zach Hands: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1J3topQd3QAcRXwLfkc17Wki-YTGWQhSN/view?usp=sharing

Some interesting facts in the reports:

Marsha raised the most money: $5,920.00

  • $500 of the money raised was from currently elected officials (Delegate Susan Krebs)

Marsha spent the most money: $3,935.49

Marsha has the most money on hand: $6,709.40

Learn more about the candidates:

2022 Carroll County Voter’s Guide – Commissioner District 3

There is not a scheduled forum for this race at this time. One candidate (Tom Gordon) has made a statement publicly on this topic:

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I know that the Community Media Center has attempted to schedule a debate for District 3 (I spoke with the folks at CMC about it) but it looks unlikely that all candidates will accept the invitation prior to the Primary date.

If something changes The Observer will update our readers and social media followers.

The Carroll County Observer will be releasing the Carroll County Commissioner District 4 candidate campaign finance reports tomorrow morning.

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