Green Party candidate Bill Swartz’s campaign received $2,090 between Feb. 7 and April 1, and $7,671.28 between April 2 and Monday, according to campaign finance reports.
“You can never raise as much money as you would like, but donors have been very generous,” Swartz said. “And I’ve been pleasantly surprised by how many people have supported my campaign.”
Swartz said he’s not accepting money from political action committees.
“I feel very strongly that there’s too much money in politics,” Swartz said.
Some highlights after the jump:
For Feb. 7 to April 1, Swartz’s campaign:
received $2,090 in monetary contributions;
had an ending cash balance of $556.28;
received $11,140.06 in in-kind contributions (which came from Swartz);
and had $11,452.06 of unpaid debts and obligations (most of which was the $11,140.06 that came from Swartz.).
For April 2 to Monday, Swartz’s campaign:
brought forward $556.28;
received $7,115 in monetary contributions;
had an ending cash balance of $48.38;
received $698.63 of in-kind contributions;
and had $28,409.50 of unpaid debts and obligations (including $11,140.06 which was lent to the campaign by the candidate during the first reporting period; and $3,798.63 which was lent to the campaign by the candidate during second reporting period).