Michael Flannelly outraises Todd Platts in York County judicial race

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;

–spent $109,499.07;

–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.)



Flannelly 20130508 DOC130508 (Text)

FlannellyDOC130509 012 (Text)

Flannelly 20130510 DOC130510 (Text)

FlannellyREPT 20130509 Campaign Finance Report (Text)
And here is a blank form to help you see what the fields are:

Flannellycf Report (Text)

About Ed Mahon

County government and politics reporter at York Daily Record/Sunday News.
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