Bethesda leads way in Md. legal sector campaign contributions

As we await voting results this Election Day, The Daily Record looked at the money the state’s legal sector donated to the presidential campaigns.

But where do all these lawyers live?

Well, according to campaign filings from the Federal Election Commission, the numbers break down like this:

The legal sector employees living in these cities gave the most to President Barack Obama:

1. Bethesda: $630,157

2. Chevy Chase: $424,736

3. Baltimore: $242,531

4. Silver Spring: $219,478

5. Takoma Park: $79,260

6. Rock Hall: $69,402

7. Annapolis: $50,430

The legal sector employees living in these cities gave the most to Republican nominee Mitt Romney:

1.  Bethesda: $144,243

2. Potomac:$121,337

3. Chevy Chase: $111,754

4. Rockville: $19,150

5. Kensington: $18,333

6. Annapolis: $16,680

7. Silver Spring: $15,490

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