Republican gubernatorial hopeful Charles Lollar's supporters often say that he is "the only candidate that can win," but his campaign finance report raises more questions than answers.
(Disclosure: Red Maryland's editors have unanimously endorsed Larry Hogan for governor.)
Lollar's gubernatorial campaign raised a paltry $65,329.67 during the last year, and he has only $5,731.35 available cash-on-hand according to the filings due to the Board of Elections yesterday.
That's not the interesting part.
Since September Charles Lollar has been directly paid $10,117.20 by the campaign in reimbursements. The reimbursements are often described in the filings as "meeting expenses," one every month from September through December.