Anne Arundel executive hosts re-election fundraiser, launches advocacy and lobbying nonprofit ‘Future Matters’

By | November 11, 2020

The organization was announced at a video event hosted by Pittman’s campaign. Ticket prices were tiered — listed as $2,500 for co-hosts, $1,000 for sponsors, $500 for friends, and $100 for guests. Maryland campaign finance reports show that Pittman had $154,592.35 in his campaign account as of Oct. 18.

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