Marketplace   Menu Guide   Complete Pages      
butler eagle
Site last updated: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 Bookmark our site!
Local PennsylvaniaNationalInternationalNews Extras  
Published: July 28, 2014 print this article Print save this article Save email this article Email ENLARGE TEXT increase font decrease font

Kelly leads in congressional race for cash



Heading into the fall campaign season, Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly has a big head start in the money race over his Democratic challenger.
The two-term Kelly has a 6-to-1 advantage over Dan LaVallee in the dash for campaign cash, according to the candidates’ most recent finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.
Kelly ended June with $689,403 in his war chest, compared to the $113,532 in LaVallee’s coffers, their second quarterly reports for the year showed.
The candidates, both from Butler County, were unopposed in the primary and not financially pinched en route to their party’s nomination in the Nov. 4 election.
Kelly has amassed $1.13 million in the 2013-14 election cycle. LaVallee, a political newcomer, raised just under $230,000 in the same time.
For the two-year election cycle, Kelly has spent $498,798, while the challenger has spent $116,000.
During the latest two-month reporting period that covers May 1 to June 30, the congressman’s campaign committee took in $204,475, compared to the $107,625 received by LaVallee’s committee.
For the same period, Kelly and LaVallee spent $60,464 and $45,942, respectively.
Kelly is from Butler, and LaVallee is from Cranberry Township.

Controls go here




Back
Comments

MORE NEWS HEADLINES

MOST READ ARTICLES


MotorEazy
 


place an ad

subscribe