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A have a look at marketing campaign fundraising for state Senate thirteenth and 2nd districts

MORGANTOWN — Two candidates vying to succeed Sen. Mike Caputo within the state Senate 13th District have begun their fundraising. And within the 2nd District, incumbent Republican Mike Maroney is up for re-election and faces a main challenger in Chris Rose, who gave up a U.S. Senate marketing campaign to hunt the state seat.

The numbers come from their Third-Quarter monetary studies, overlaying the interval of July 1-Sept. 30.

13th District

Marion County Democratic Delegate Joey Garcia introduced his intention to run on Aug. 15, per week after Caputo introduced his intention to not search re-election in 2024.

Republican Jonathan Board, of Fairmont, introduced on Aug. 16.

The official candidate submitting interval runs Jan. 8-27, however each obtained off to fast begins, launching new campaigns with $0 account balances.

Garcia raised $6,382 in particular person and PAC contributions and $11,821 at a fundraiser in Morgantown. He additionally acquired $2,000 transferred from the marketing campaign accounts of a former Harrison County senator and from Caputo.

Garcia spent $6,194.74, leaving an account steadiness heading into the fourth quarter of $14,008.26.

Board acquired $21,580 in particular person and PAC contributions, together with from two sitting GOP senators and a former delegate; he additionally raised $44,775 at fundraisers in Morgantown and Fairmont.

Whereas elevating greater than Garcia, he spent much less within the few weeks of this era: $1,984.69. That left him a steadiness of $64,371.19.

2nd District

As within the 13th, each candidates opened the interval with $0 account balances.

Incumbent Maroney, of Marshall County, raised $39,150 in particular person and PAC contributions, and transferred $44,109.72 from his 2020 marketing campaign account.

He spent $10,658.94 this era, leaving a steadiness of $72,600.78.

A GOP U.S. Senate candidate, Chris Rose, of Morgantown, had raised a complete of $11,075.30 and spent $14,987.13 earlier than closing his federal account. He dropped out Aug. 21 to run as an alternative for state Senate 2nd District.

Rose raised $10,043.94 in particular person and PAC contributions, together with $1,227.27 in-kind from himself to his marketing campaign. He spent $1,152.22, leaving a steadiness of $8,891.72.

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