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;
–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.