Participants at annual fundraiser in Washington, D.C. talk dating apps and Valentine’s Day plans.
New presidential campaign fundraising totals were released last week that show Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders continue to dominate former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley in the money race. The third quarter numbers revealed some trends – most of them discouraging – of the O’Malley campaign.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders used the third-quarter filing deadline as a chance to release their multi-million dollar fundraising hauls as O’Malley pitched a plan to take big money out of politics.
Reps. Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen reached the first measuring stick moment in their campaign to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski when they filed campaign finance reports on April 15.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen raised more than $1.25 million in the first four weeks of his campaign for the U.S. Senate, taking advantage of his home district, one of the wealthiest in the nation and getting contributions from some national politicians
Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Fort Washington, earned endorsements from former Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan and State Sen. Karen Montgomery, D-Montgomery, on Tuesday, her first from Maryland’s most populous county.
Rep. Donna Edwards raised $335,000 in the first 21 days of her campaign for the U.S. Senate, utilizing the national progressive groups that have endorsed her.
With the release of campaign fundraising reports Wednesday night, the races for Congressional seats in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties reached their first important benchmark.
Rep. Donna Edwards has raised more than $335,000 since she declared her candidacy for the U.S. Senate, according a release from her campaign Friday.
The Van Hollen for Senate Campaign announced Wednesday that it has raised $1 million in the first four weeks of Rep. Chris Van Hollen’s, D-Kensington, campaign for Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s seat.