Lt. Gov.: Cash On Hand Roundup

cashThe totals don’t rival their gubernatorial counterparts, but here’s what the candidates for Lieutenant Governor raised in the first quarter of 2014.

As all of the reports are not yet online, these numbers come to us courtesy of James O’Toole of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

  • State Senator Mike Stack (D-Philadelphia): $700,000
  • Bradford County Commissioner Mark Smith: $144,319
  • Former Rep. Mark Critz: $37,000
  • State Rep. Brandon Neuman: $45,000 (also has $19,000 in his House account)
  • Harrisburg City Councilman Brad Koplinski: $28,474

Like the PA-Gov candidates, we will do deeper dives when each of the full reports are available. But for now, some interesting notes: Critz spent $89,000 and Koplinski reported $15,000 in debt.

4 Responses

  1. Here is how I see this race for Lt Gov playing out. Stack getting the Philly vote and Philly will be a low turn out as shown my past history. Critz will come in second in Philly area with his contacts being a Congressman. Kolpinski will be taking the Harrisburg area. Smith will take the North central area where there are not alot of votes. Neuman will get votes out of Washington county and a few votes in the SW area with him only having 3 years experience as a state rep. and no name recognition. With Paterno out of the race Critz will take the Northwest and into Central Pa. The Southwest will be won by Critz big with his name recognition and having 8 million dollars spent on his Congressional his name ID is high in the western part of Pa and the Altoona area. Critz wins this race.

  2. I was a neuman supporter but for the good of the party my vote is going to Mike Stack bc we have to keep Critz off the fall ballot. To much drama and scandal from him.

  3. As long as he sat on the right committee in congress, money was not a problem. Just proves that money loves the play not the player.
    Look upon my works and tremble!

  4. Just give the nomination to Stack. He will be the only one with any serious paid campaign operation i.e. mail/TV/organizers. Pretty disappointed in Critz’s anemic coh #.

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