Maryland Democratic Party accuses donors to Gov. Hogan of campaign violations; Hogan lawyer calls allegations a ‘stunt’

For the second time in a month, the Maryland Democratic Party has filed a complaint with the Maryland Board of Elections accusing contributors to Republican Gov. Larry Hogan of campaign violations. In the complaint filed Thursday, the Democrats alleged they discovered “suspicious contributions from LLCs that gave more than a half million dollars to Governor Larry Hogan’s re-election campaign.” The party took issue with $511,736 in contributions to Hogan during his successful run last year for a second term. It alleged the limited liability companies in question could be violation of a state law that says no single entity can give more than $6,000 to a candidate during an election cycle. (Balt. Sun)

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