Michael Flannelly’s York County judicial campaign received about $121,000 between April 2 and Monday.
The campaign received additional money after Monday, including $11,000 on May 9 from Scott R. Wagner. It also received $15,250 from Feb. 27 to April 1.
Read some highlights and reports, after the jump:
For April 2 to Monday, Flannelly’s campaign:
–brought forward $5,728.28;
–received $121,092.58 in monetary contributions;
–had an ending cash balance of $17,321.79;
–received $7,803.48 of in-kind contributions;
–and had $20,203.60 of unpaid debts and obligations. (It’s for an unpaid printing invoice.)
Wagner, president and owner of Penn Waste Inc., contributed $20,000 on April 3; $22,000 on April 12; and $22,000 on April 18; $11,392.58 on April 29; $23,500 on May 3; and $11,400 on Monday.
He also gave an in-kind contribution of $2,000 on April 18 for use of trucks/signs.
Flannelly’s campaign also filed a report for Feb. 27 to April 1. His campaign received $15,250 in contributions during that period, spent $9,521.72 and brought $5,728.28 into the next reporting period.
Wagner contributed $10,000 on March 5.
Wagner contributed $11,000 on Thursday. That information is from a “24 hour” report.
You can review the reports below. I should be getting clearer copies later in the day, but all the key info is here. (The “grey” areas showed up dark when they were scanned.)
And here is a blank form to help you see what the fields are: