Democratic Superior Court Hopefuls Outpace GOP Fundraising for November Election

Fueled largely by contributions from organized labor and trial lawyers, the campaigns of Democrats Dan McCaffery and Amanda Green-Hawkins have assembled slightly larger war chests than have Republicans Megan King and Christylee Peck, whose committees have received boosts from the state party organization and at least one conservative-leaning political action committee.

 

The Legal Intelligencer

By Max Mitchell| October 07, 2019 at 03:08 PM 

 

The two Democratic candidates running for spots on the Pennsylvania Superior Court have edged out their Republican counterparts in terms of overall money raised so far this election season.

 

Fueled largely by contributions from organized labor and trial lawyers, the campaigns of Democrats Dan McCaffery and Amanda Green-Hawkins have assembled slightly larger war chests than have Republicans Megan King and Christylee Peck, whose committees have received boosts from the state party organization and at least one conservative-leaning political action committee.

 

According to the latest numbers from the Pennsylvania Department of State, Democratic candidates McCaffery, a Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas judge, and Green-Hawkins, associate counsel to the United Steelworkers union, have raised a combined $653,820 since the start of the year.

 

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