Team Tony Williams: We Had $426,000 on Hand at End of 2014

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(Editor’s Note: For our analysis of this year’s record-low fundraising by Philadelphia’s mayoral candidates, check out Patrick Kerkstra’s report[1]. Holly Otterbein also has a report[2] on the neck-and-neck fundraising in the 2nd Council District race.)

[Update, 3:42 p.m.] State Sen. Anthony Williams, the presumed frontrunner[3] in the mayor’s race, had nearly $426,000 on hand at the end of last year, according to his campaign spokesman Albert Butler. We have not yet obtained Williams’ finance report.

[Original, 2:20 p.m.] Happy Campaign Finance Reporting Day[4]!

By the end of today, Philadelphia’s mayoral candidates must disclose how much money they raised in 2014. We’ve got our hands on a few of the reports so far. Here’s what we know right now:

As expected, the reports show that the candidates are raising much less money than in past mayoral elections. We’ll be updating this post throughout the day as more candidates file their reports.

  1. check out Patrick Kerkstra’s report:
  2. has a report:
  3. presumed frontrunner:
  4. Campaign Finance Reporting Day:
  5. launching:
  6. dropped out:
  7. for-real declared mayoral candidate:
  8. Lynne Abraham:

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