Supreme Court: First Quarter Fundraising

Woodruff MundyBoth Justice Sallie Mundy and Judge Dwayne Woodruff have clear paths through the primary, but will be facing off against each other in the general election for the one open seat on the Supreme Court.  The end of the first quarter gives us our first insights into the fundraising efforts of each of the candidates.  

Woodruff ended the first quarter with the advantage in cash on hand, ending the quarter with $282,203.36.  That is the most of any candidate for statewide judicial office at this point.  Mundy ended the quarter with $64,495.03 cash on hand.  

Woodruff also raised more than any other candidate during the first quarter raising $327,300.  $311,150 of that came from donations of over $250 from individuals.  Mundy raised $58,349.99, most of which came from PAC and individual donations over $250.  $57,999.99 of her donations came from that bracket.  

Both candidates received the endorsements of their respective parties.  Woodruff was endorsed by the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, and Mundy was endorsed by the PA GOP.  

The two candidates are building their war chests for when they begin their outreach for the general election.

April 18th, 2017 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Judicial | 8 Comments

8 thoughts on “Supreme Court: First Quarter Fundraising”

  1. Carrie says:

    Mundy is bought and paid for by the Trial lawyers. Oh, and Don’t forget her relationship with Jake the snake Corman….

  2. KSDF says:

    @Ya’ll dumb, I could take out a million dollar loan today. That wouldn’t make me a millionaire.

  3. House nicka says:

    Cmon woody, do somethin for yo own

  4. David Diano says:

    Ya’ll dumb-

    If they are “loans” then the campaign has to pay them back, and thus, there is really only half as much cash on hand (unless it’s changed from a loan to a donation, that would not have to be repaid).

  5. Ya'll dumb says:

    The majority of loans are from the candidate and his wife. Don’t get why that would count against his COH?

  6. David Diano says:

    What-

    Good point that the outstanding debts should count against cash on hand.

  7. What says:

    Woodruff also has $125k in loans and debt to his campaign but thats not important to this story.

    Solid reporting once again.

  8. Frustrated RSC member says:

    It looks like Democrats have the fundraising advantage. Wasn’t that supposed to change this year?

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