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Grimm Struggling to Raise Funds; North Country Candidates Open Checkbooks

Rice continues prolific fundraising; Gibson, Eldridge evenly matched on cash

Jack Fitzpatrick
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Jack Fitzpatrick
June 13, 2014, 7:35 a.m.

NY-01: State Sen. Lee Zeld­in (R) raised $131,000 in the two-month pre-primary peri­od, while former SEC pro­sec­utor George Demos (R) raised $59,000. Demos star­ted his cam­paign with a per­son­al dona­tion of $2 mil­lion. Rep. Tim Bish­op (D) raised $175,000 and has a sig­ni­fic­ant cash ad­vant­age with more than $800,000 in the bank. (Hot­line re­port­ing)

NY-04: Nas­sau County Dis­trict At­tor­ney Kath­leen Rice (D) had a wide lead on her com­pet­it­ors in fun­drais­ing, tak­ing in $644,000 in the pre-primary peri­od, com­pared to Nas­sau County Le­gis­lat­or Bruce Blake­man‘s (R) $89,000 and at­tor­ney Frank Scaturro‘s (R) $36,000. (Hot­line re­port­ing)

NY-11: Rep. Mi­chael Grimm (R) raised only $44,000 and spent $214,000, in­clud­ing $40,000 to his at­tor­neys at Pat­ton Boggs. Former New York City Coun­cil­man Domen­ic Rec­chia (D) raised $144,000 and had more than $1 mil­lion in cash. (New York Daily News)

NY-13: Rep. Charlie Ran­gel (D) raised $322,000, while state Sen. Ad­ri­ano Es­pail­lat (D) raised $185,000. (Hot­line re­port­ing)

NY-19: Rep. Chris Gib­son (R) raised $353,000, while in­vestor Sean Eldridge (D) raised $138,000. Both had roughly $1.5 mil­lion cash on hand; Eldridge donated $965,000 to his cam­paign earli­er in the race. (Hot­line re­port­ing)

NY-21: Doc­u­ment­ary film­maker Aaron Woolf (D) raised $163,000, former George W. Bush White House aide Elise Stefanik (R) raised $114,000, and busi­ness­man Matt Do­heny (R) raised $87,000. Woolf had a sig­ni­fic­ant cash ad­vant­age, with $377,000 to Stefanik’s $184,000 and Do­heny’s $172,000. Woolf has giv­en his cam­paign about $211,000, Stefanik has giv­en hers about $62,000, and Do­heny has giv­en his $250,500. (Hot­line re­port­ing)

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