Duncan worried that probe will drag through his campaign
County Executive Doug Duncan is concerned that the Clarksburg corruption investigation will drag through his campaign for Maryland governor next year.
Duncan is also concerned that three separate investigations could uncover corruption, and delay or derail some of his other favored construction projects.
That's what Duncan's spokesman, David Weaver, tells the Washington Times.
"Mr. Weaver said Mr. Duncan is eager to have the Clarksburg problems resolved. 'He is obviously concerned that this thing isn't moving quickly enough,' Mr. Weaver said."