Supreme Court: Second Quarter Fundraising
Mundy ended the second quarter with a large cash advantage, bringing forward $250,666.25 cash on hand. Woodruff ended the quarter with $21,041.49. Part of the disparity between the two candidates came from Mundy’s raising $56,100, and bringing forward $194,566.25 from her cycle 2 report. Woodruff raised $42,815 and brought forward $26,959.67 from cycle 2.
Mundy’s largest individual donors were Patrick O’Connor the Vice Chair of Cozen O’Connor donated $5,000, and Stephen A.Cozen, an attorney at Cozen O’Connor, gave $2,500. Mundy received $5,000 from the Cozen O’Connor PAC, but they were the third largest PAC donor. Citizens for Pat Browne donated $10,000, and PA Future Fund gave two $5,000 donations.
Woodruff’s largest individual donor was Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, LLC, who gave $5,000. Woodruff only received money from three PACs during the cycle, Todd Eagen for Judge donated the most money with $10,000. Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters gave him $5,000 and Laborers District Council PAC Fund donated $2,500.
Though after the primary, the political parties begin to take more control of the campaigns, the money the campaigns raise will benefit the get out the vote efforts, and advertising for themselves as the election draws nearer.