Row Office Fundraising Report Rundown

Freed, left, and Kane

The final pre-election reporting deadline has passed for candidates for Attorney General, Auditor General and Treasurer. Here’s how they did.

The report covers fundraising from the previous period, Sept. 18 to October 22.

Attorney General

Dave Freed, Republican (via Capitol Ideas)

Raised: $706,548
Spent: $204,573
Cash on hand: $1.52 million

Previous period (May 15 – Sept. 17): raised $869,900.30; had $1,018,357.97 on hand.

Kathleen Kane, Democrat (via Kane campaign)

Raised: $1.465 million
Spent: $1.88 million*
Cash on hand: $1.05 million

Previous period (May 15 – Sept. 17): raised $1,470,774.88; had $1,221,764.23 on hand.

Note: Freed’s team purchased its TV time just after the reporting deadline; Kane just before – hence the cash on hand disparity.

*Estimate based on numbers provided by Kane campaign

Auditor General

Eugene DePasquale, Democrat

Raised: $119,578.00
Spent: $247,043.90
Cash on hand: $302,283.09

Previous period (May 15 – Sept. 17): raised $243,975.00; had $182,705.09 on hand.

John Maher, Republican

Raised: $221,439.27
Spent: $50,286.07
Cash on hand: $307,822.94*

Previous period (May 15 – Sept. 17): raised $152,952.64; had $86,383.67 on hand.

*This figure does not include the $310,932.98 in debt Maher’s campaign retains from loans from Maher himself.

Treasurer

Diana Irey Vaughan, Republican

Raised: $181,998.56
Spent: $189,292.37
Cash on hand: $15,035.76

Previous period (May 15 – Sept. 17): raised $103,318.54; had $22,329.57 on hand.

Rob McCord, Democrat (incumbent)

McCord’s report is not yet posted. Here are the numbers according to his campaign:

Raised: $215,430
Spent: $922,374
Cash on hand: $1,366,410

In the previous previous period (May 15 – Sept. 17), he raised 201,245.70; had 2,073,355.64 on hand.

One Response

  1. Diana Irey Vaughan’s fundraising demonstrates that the party leadership has abandoned her. She is independent of party leadership and independent of party funders.

    Rob McCord is funded by usual Democratic suspects and is an investor insider. Not independent. And has failed to improve the pension underfunding problem because Rob McCord’s Union base doesn’t want it fixed. The Unions want The Forgotten Taxpayer to fund their pensions without regard to personal consequence to The Forgotten Taxpayer or to the real economy as opposed to the government economy the cost of which is ever escalating.

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