The September 30th Federal Election Commission financial disclosure reports are due October 15th, but many candidates are releasing their figures early. Such is the case for two Pennsylvania Senate competitors.
US Rep. Conor Lamb (D-Pittsburgh) says his campaign raised $1.2 million for the quarter with $2.2 million cash-on-hand, some of which was transferred from his US House campaign committee. Republican Sean Parnell will report similar numbers. His campaign raised $1.1 million for the quarter and posts $1 million cash-on-hand.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D), the money leader by a wide margin in the June 30th reporting period, has yet to publicize his 3rd quarter fundraising totals. Messers. Lamb and Parnell opposed each other in the 17th Congressional District race last year, with the incumbent recording a close 51-49% victory.
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