Marc Shapiro’s article, “Ralph Jaffe Declares Gubernatorial Candidacy” (Nov. 22), was the best article ever written about the Jaffe Movement to get rid of all the corruption in Maryland politics. I would like to make a clarification pertaining to the number of votes I received and the money I spent on the votes. Here are the facts for the two elections in which I ran for office. In the 2010 election for governor, I spent $450 and received 19,517 votes. In the 2012 election for U.S. Senate, I spent $280 and received 3,313 votes. For both elections combined, I spent $730 and received 22,830 votes. Per dollar, I received more votes for these two elections combined than anybody else running for elected public office. If elected, I am committed to giving the tax-payers of Maryland a 100 percent accounting of how every dollar is spent.