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July 2022 campaign finance reports for local Carroll County candidates: Commissioner, State’s Attorney and Board of Education

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Early Voting is happening so there has not been a lot of time to review all of the recent reported campaign finance reports (July 2022).

Here are the summaries of the most recent reports from each local race being tracked by the Carroll County Observer. The two things I looked at in theses summaries was:

  1. Who spent the most money since the last reporting period
  2. Who has the most money left over to spend down the stretch of the campaign

Commissioner District 1:

ALCE = does not intend to receive contributions or make expenditures in the cumulative amount of $1,000 or more

Overall the money (items I am looking at – see above) is pretty close between Fava, Irwin and Vigliotti. Should make for an interesting race this year.

Commissioner District 2:

Kiler holds a pretty big money advantage (items I am looking at – see above) in this race.

Commissioner District 3:

In the Republican Primary (Gordon vs Herbert) the money (items I am looking at – see above) is somewhat close (with a slight edge to Gordon).

Hands is the only Democrat running so he will move forward to the General but has some work to do on the money front.

Commissioner District 4:

ALCE = does not intend to receive contributions or make expenditures in the cumulative amount of $1,000 or more

Guerin is the only candidate raising or spending money in this race in 2022. That should play out well for him in this Primary.

Commissioner District 5:

ALCE = does not intend to receive contributions or make expenditures in the cumulative amount of $1,000 or more

Rothstein holds a major money advantage (items I am looking at – see above) over the other two candidates in this race.


Carroll County State’s Attorney:

Shoemaker has the money advantage (items I am looking at – see above) in this race.


Board of Education:

ALCE = does not intend to receive contributions or make expenditures in the cumulative amount of $1,000 or more

As far as individual candidates…Whisler and Scanlan top the money list (items I am looking at – see above) in the latest reports.

If you look at this race as BMW vs CCEA Endorsed candidates (because that is very much what this race is about at the moment) the money items I am looking at are pretty close (especially when you add in the Carroll County Citizens United money).

As a reminder…6 candidates will move forward from the Primary to the General. I think it is pretty clear which 6 candidates will move forward. What will be interesting will be the vote totals in the Primary and how that changes strategies moving forward into the General Election.

The Board of Education race will be one that The Observer will follow CLOSELY through November.


If you are interested in viewing the individual candidate reports…I have made it easy for you. I have downloaded all of the July reports and placed them on a Google Drive folder. You can view them all here:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SQulQdLPh7VKaPYzvliEze1E2jDTnuMR?usp=sharing


Want more information on local candidates…check out these Voter Guides:

2022 Carroll County Maryland Voter Guides


Additional campaign finance articles for candidates running for Senate and Delegate (Districts 5 and 42 / 42C) will be out this weekend.

Stay tuned.

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