Second Quarter Reports: Costello Leads Incumbents in Fundraising

Congressional MapsPennsylvania’s Congressional delegation are building continuing to build their war chests for 2018.  

Combined, Pennsylvania’s incumbents raised $4,300,685.83.  That is almost $1 million more than the first quarter.  Of that, $2,717,228.50 came from Political Action Committees (PACs).  

Here is the breakdown of each candidate’s total raised, and the amount that came from PACs:

Congressman Ryan Costello (R-Chester) topped the list for total fundraising with $499,105.  68% of his fundraising came from PACs, totaling $342,500.  The haul, and PAC contributions are likely a result of Costello being targeted by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Emily’s List, and the National Republican Congressional Committee calling his race a ‘bellwether.’

Congressman Tom Marino (R-Lycoming) continues to be at the bottom of the list for fundraising, after finishing at the bottom for the first quarter as well.

5 Responses

  1. Disgustingly gerrymandered map of PA political districts. No sane or honest person can justify these district shapes and boundaries.

  2. Good work by Costello. He’s been a fair Congressman in attempting to represent a variety of constituent interests regardless of partisan affiliation.

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