Here’s how $1.3 million was spent to educate Maryland voters on election

According to the report, 80% of the money allocated to the campaign was spent to buy advertising and pay Baltimore firm Mission Media to design and produce those ads. Of the remaining money, 70% was used to pay several other firms, including Sandy Hillman Communications, GreiBO, Cool & Associates and Campfire Communications, to reach out to stakeholders, pitch stories to news outlets, offer translation services, buy Spanish language advertising and to engage with Baltimore voters.

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