Bartos Reports $849k at Year End for LG Bid
“Throughout all of 2017, voters have been rallying behind our team’s conservative agenda that will restore hope and opportunity for all Pennsylvanians – and this year-end filing proves it,” Bartos said in a release.
Bartos originally was running for U.S. Senate until he teamed up with Gubernatorial candidate state Sen. Scott Wagner to run for Lieutenant Governor.
“After I decided to join the Scott Wagner for Governor team as the Lieutenant Governor candidate in November, Scott and I knew how critical it was that we maintained our momentum and continued spreading our pro-growth message all across the Commonwealth,” Bartos said.
Bartos loaned $500,000 to his Lieutenant Governor campaign. His campaign said he has “always maintained that his race will be properly funded, and his $500k loan reflects that commitment.”
According to FEC filings, Bartos loaned $550,000 and donated $28,353 to his Senate campaign and had $1,025,930 cash on hand.
Update: Bartos’ campaign transferred $213,500 from the Senate campaign to the Lieutenant Governor campaign.