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Baltimore's disgraced ex-mayor has $1 million in her campaign coffers. What might become of it?

No comment from federal prosecutors, Maryland State Prosecutor and election board officials on the fate of Catherine Pugh's political war chest
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That was the case with two high-profile convictions: those of Nathaniel T. Oaks and Thomas L. Bromwell.

Both were veteran Maryland legislators who were convicted of bribery and other corruption charges and went to federal prison.

In each case, their campaign committees remained intact - not receiving any new contributions, but also not forced to return contributions, transfer funds to other candidate committees, or donate funds to charitable causes and liquidate. ...

archived "blue" states
Public corruption in Maryland: It's no accident

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Sat Nov 30th, 2019 at 05:58:35 AM EST
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