The campaigns for Howard County Board of Education are over…here is a look at the final campaign finance reports (Post-General Report) of candidates running for Howard County Board of Education in 2020. These reports cover campaign transactions from 10/19/20 to 11/10/20. Here is a basic summary of money received, spent and cash on hand for each candidate in each district:

Here is my listing of notable items on the reports for this reporting period (it is a pretty light list for these final reports). Things I am looking at as notable include: donations over $500, donations from elected officials in Howard County, PAC money, money from other political campaigns or other candidates for office and other stuff I think is significant:

District 1:

Christina Delmont-Small:

  • No items of note

Matthew Molyett:

  • Thurgood Marshall Democratic Club – $400

District 2:

Antonia Watts:

  • Thurgood Marshall Democratic Club – $600

Larry Pretlow:

  • No items of note

District 3:

Jolene Mosley:

  • Thurgood Marshall Democratic Club – $400

Tom Heffner:

  • N/A – filed an Affidavit of Limited Contributions and Expenditures (ALCE)

District 4:

Sezin Palmer:

  • Timothy Dull – $500
  • David Yungmann (Howard County Council – District 5) – $500
  • National Coalition of Turkish American Women PAC – $250

Jen Mallo:

  • Thurgood Marshall Democratic Club – $400

Julie Hotopp:

  • N/A – filed an Affidavit of Limited Contributions and Expenditures (ALCE)

District 5:

Yun Lu:

  • No items of note

Cindy Vaillancourt:

  • No items of note

Hopefully I got all of the notable items mentioned at the top of this article for each report. There were 11 reports to review in a short period of time. If you think I missed anything of note – let me know in the comments.

Here is a link to my Google Drive folder with all of the reports from November 2020 if you would like to review those: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1yWCFNYBE6RRNit0fKTc9J-bJgvxhyyXS?usp=sharing

I will have an additional post on the amount of money raised and spent in the 2020 campaigns for Howard County Board of Education. You might be surprised at how much money was raised and spent this past election cycle.

You can lookup campaign finance reports here:  https://campaignfinance.maryland.gov/Public/ViewFiledReports?theme=vista

Scott E

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