State's attorney added $10,000 late in campaign

November 26, 1998|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Howard County State's Attorney Marna L. McLendon gave her successful re-election campaign a $10,000 boost with a personal loan in the final weeks before the November election.

Overall, the Republican put $26,000 of her own money into her campaign, which raised $46,000, according to a finance report filed this week.

Her Democratic opponent, Timothy J. McCrone of Ellicott City, raised $30,700 and did not use any of his own money.

McLendon spent $16,200 on several TV ads -- almost twice as much as McCrone.

Pub Date: 11/26/98


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