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PA-Lt. Gov: Koplinski Brings in $28,000, Has $33K COH

Brad-KoplinskiWe are just eleven days from a wide-open Democratic primary for the No. 2 spot on the ballot and the final big fundraising numbers are just starting to come in.

Harrisburg City Councilman Brad Koplinski was the first candidate to release his report for the month of April, which reveals he raised $28,686. Over $17,000 of that total came in donations totaling more than $250.

Koplinski also received $2,500 from Peter Buttenweiser, a long-time influential Democratic donor from Philadelphia. Additionally, the PA State Correctional Officers Association gave $1000.

Meanwhile, the candidate spent just $23,746 in April, almost half of which ($10,600) went to the creation of yard signs.

Altogether, the City Councilman currently has $33,414 cash on hand.

Other Democratic candidates for Lieutenant Governor include former Congressman Mark Critz, State Rep. Brandon Neuman, Bradford County Commissioner Mark Smith, and State Senator Mike Stack.

5 Responses

  1. He spent over $10,000 on yards signs???? Great Almighty Jehosophat “we don’t need to spend $10,000 on yard signs!” It boggles the mind that candidates waste so much money on this junk that has absolutely NO effect on winning elections and that people swear up and down that yard signs win elections when every respectable political science study refutes that. I feel sorry for this guy, he must have such idiots advising him that they would let him blow all those funds on yard signs.

  2. That’s correct, Brad is well received and has good support in Berks County. His yard signs are around here and he has my vote.

  3. What a fraud. How does he look his family, supporters, and friends in the face after taking them on a self indulgent year long joy ride?

  4. @13DD, that’s because Stack’s support comes from Philly. Koplinski and Neuman have tons of yard signs in the Reading area.

  5. Wide open? I’ve seen Mike Stack’s ad in Philly like a half dozen times since yesterday.

    I have yet to see one of Koplinski’s $10,000 lawn signs…

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