Kevin Schreiber raises about $62,750 in 95th state House race

Democrat Kevin Schreiber’s campaign raised about $62,750 from Feb. 11 to Monday, according to a campaign finance report.

He raised more than his opponents in the race, Republican Bryan Tate and Green Party candidate Bill Swartz.

Some highlights and the full report, after the jump:

For the reporting period, his campaign:

–received $62,751 in monetary contributions;

–spent $36,007;

–had an ending cash balance of $26,744;

–received $4,417 worth of in-kind contributions;

–and had $12,491 of unpaid debt and obligations.

He did accept money from political action committees, including: $5,000 from PSEA PACE on April 10; $2,000 from Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 520 P.A.C on March 8, and $900 from the same organization on April 10; and $2,500 from IBEW PAC Voluntary Fund on April 1.

Tom Wolf, a Democratic businessman from York County who is running for governor, contributed $7,500 on Feb. 15.

Schreiber also received a $10,000 contribution from an individual on March 8.

“I feel very overwhelmed by the support that we’ve received,” Schreiber said.

 

 

About Ed Mahon

County government and politics reporter at York Daily Record/Sunday News.
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One Response to Kevin Schreiber raises about $62,750 in 95th state House race

  1. Pingback: Bryan Tate raises about $43,900 in 95th state House campaign, but does not accept PAC money

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