Todd Platts’ campaign has raised about $35,000 in the York County judicial race, according to the latest campaign finance reports.
The report covers the beginning of the year to Monday.
Highlights and the full report, after the jump:
Total monetary contributions: $35,143
Total expenditures: $19,063
Much of that went to postage, mailing and printing services. His campaign also spent $40.60 on April 24 for buttons.
Ending cash balance: $16,079
Value of in-kind contributions: $250
Unpaid debts and obligations: $0
Platts, a former state lawmaker and U.S. representative, has made a point of refusing money from political action committees. He’s also said he is limiting individual contributions to his campaign to federal limits, even though he’s not required to.
The primary is May 21.
I’ll be updating the blog with more campaign finance reports throughout the day.