The casino company, which wants to build a resort facility with 3,000 slot machines and table games such as blackjack at National Harbor in Prince George’s County, has already devoted about $2.35 million to ballot committee For Maryland Jobs and Schools Inc., according to state elections filings.
Another $34,000 has been made as an in-kind donation.
The Washington Post first reported the news Monday.
Election filings show that, as of Aug. 24, the ballot committee has spent $330,000.
Here’s a few other Maryland government headlines:
- The Baltimore Sun reports that city elected officials and leaders are surprised by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s pick to be the next police commissioner.
- MarylandReporter.com reports that members of the Green Party and Libertarian Party are back on the election ballot in Maryland.
- The Herald-Mail reports that construction of a potential downtown Hagerstown stadium, which would receive some state funding, could start in the first half of 2013.