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July 18, 2012 Bill Mahoney (518) 817‐3738
NYS SENATE RACES: GOP HAS MORE THAN FIVE TIMES THE MONEY IN THE BANK AS DEMOCRATS
Campaign finance disclosure reports are still trickling in,
but enough candidates have filed to provide asnapshot look at how the three conferences in the Senate stand financially.
TOTAL MONEY IN THE BANK AS OF JULY 17, 2012
Democratic Total:Democrats $3,772,523.04Party committees $773,097.87Incumbents $2,525,521.70Candidates challenging incumbents of another party $1,033,030.59Candidates' PACS $51,218.80Former legislators $348,594.45Open seat candidates $586,414.24Incumbents not running for reelection $137,098.40Candidates who lost in a previous election $29,866.25Candidate and Party Debt ‐$1,712,319.26Other Democratic money
Statewide Committee for Gianaris $1,434,184.94Kruger $417,310.38Candidates challenging incumbents of own party $433,846.93Republican Total:Republicans $20,320,848.22Party Committees $5,476,097.06Incumbents $12,661,725.22Candidates challenging incumbents of another party $397,709.69Former Legislators $627,239.71Open seat candidates $953,307.96Incumbents not running for reelection $492,283.93Candidates who lost in a previous election $54,475.86Candidate and Party Debt ‐$341,991.21
Notable committees that were not online as of 9:30 AM on July 18
include the IDC PAC and Senators Savino,Seward, and Golden.
For both parties, primary challengers were not included in the net totals. Additionally, two Democraticcommittees were excluded. Senator Gianaris has an extant committee for a statewide race that could eventuallybe transferred to the DSCC, but this has yet to be tapped. Senator Carl
Kruger’s total was not included with those
of other former legislators, since it is deemed unlikely that any candidates would accept transfers from thiscommittee.