Marketing campaign finance roundup: 1000’s spent in Cayuga County Legislature races | Politics

Candidates in aggressive Cayuga County Legislature races spent 1000’s over the previous few weeks forward of the early voting interval. 

In District 15, which stretches from the west finish of Auburn to town’s east aspect, Republican candidate Brian Dahl raised greater than $4,000 and spent $2,106, in line with his 11-day pre-election submitting. Brian Muldrow, a Democrat, raised $375 and spent $1,399. 

Each candidates have greater than $2,000 within the financial institution. 

The extent of spending on a neighborhood race highlights the aggressive nature of the legislative elections. The foremost events are vying for management of the 15-seat legislature. 

Christina Calarco, a Democrat working for the thirteenth district seat in central Auburn, did not elevate any cash. However she did spend $1,750, leaving her with a steadiness of $1,138. Her opponent, Republican candidate Michael Pettigrass, raised $410 and spent $508. His marketing campaign has $229. 

Within the eleventh district (the northeastern a part of Auburn), incumbent Elane Daly, a Democrat, raised $500 and spent $815. The challenger, Republican Mario Campanello, raised $385 and spent $418. Campanello does have extra money remaining — $1,341 to Daly’s $212. 

Democratic candidate Geraldine Germano-Yaw has the monetary benefit within the ninth district, which incorporates the cities of Moravia, Niles, Sempronius and Summerhill. She raised $570 and has $2,843 within the financial institution. She didn’t spend any cash throughout the 11-day pre-general interval, which started Oct. 1 and ended on Oct. 22 — the deadline for submitting the monetary reviews. 

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Cayuga County Legislator Mark Sturdy, the ninth district’s consultant, raised $217 and spent $350. He has a closing steadiness of $467. 

Keith Batman, the incumbent Democrat within the seventh district (Ledyard, Scipio and Springport), spent $1,980 and has $4,832 within the financial institution. His opponent, Republican challenger Robert Shea, raised $700 and spent $538. He has $661 remaining in his marketing campaign account. 

Within the remaining county legislature races, there have been a handful of candidates who didn’t meet the Oct. 22 deadline for submitting the 11-day pre-general reviews. 

Cait Augustyn, a Democrat working within the 1st district (Sterling and Victory), reported receipts totaling $2,120 and $3,124 in bills. She closed with $614. Her opponent, Honest Haven Mayor Jim Basile, didn’t file an 11-day report. Whereas Basile, a Republican, has created a marketing campaign committee, he has not filed any marketing campaign finance reviews. 

There’s a related state of affairs within the third district (Mentz, Montezuma and Throop). Lydia Patti Ruffini, a Republican, is the one candidate who filed an 11-day report. She spent $16.18 and her marketing campaign has $333. Ruffini’s opponents, incumbent Democrat Ben Vitale and Conservative candidate Jeffrey Emerson, didn’t file fundraising reviews. 

David Gould, who’s working unopposed in District 5 (Aurelius and Fleming), didn’t file an 11-day report. 

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Ben Susman, a Democrat, raked in $10,703 in three weeks, in line with his 11-day submitting. His marketing campaign spent $28,042 and has $1,911 within the financial institution. 

Susman’s expenditures add to what has been an costly race for Cayuga County Surrogate Court docket choose. Greater than $100,000 has been spent by the candidates. 

Susman’s opponent, Cayuga County District Legal professional Jon Budelmann, didn’t file an 11-day report by Friday’s deadline. 

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The Democrats proceed to outpace their Republican opponents in fundraising. 

On the Democratic aspect, incumbent Terry Cuddy raised $2,569 and Ginny Kent reported receipts totaling $2,137. Kent spent $744, whereas Cuddy’s bills totaled $557. 

Each candidates have sizable cash-on-hand totals. Cuddy has $7,481 and Kent has $3,798. 

Tim Lattimore, a Republican, raised $1,050 and spent $1,000. He has $1,089 within the financial institution. 

Robert Otterstatter filed a no-activity report. Candidates submit these reviews in the event that they have not raised or spent any cash within the submitting interval. 

On-line producer Robert Harding could be reached at (315) 282-2220 or robert.harding@lee.web. Observe him on Twitter @robertharding.

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