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Old Bridge Councilman Mark Razzoli

After switching parties, Old Bridge councilman raises $2k for race against Watson Coleman

Mark Razzoli has $978 cash-on-hand, debt of over $5k

By David Wildstein, October 14 2019 12:01 pm

Old Bridge Councilman Mark Razzoli, who has switched parties to run as a Republican for Congress against Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-Ewing) in New Jersey’s 12th district, has raised $2,076 so far this year.

Razzoli announced his party switch after losing the 2019 Democratic primary for Mayor of Old Bridge by a 66%-34% against Councilman David Merwin.

According to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission, Razzoli has spent $1,098 and has $978 cash-on-hand.

He owes $1,000 to Brittany Brinkman for compliance matters, and $4,019 to the Prosper Group, an Indianapolis-based consulting firm.

Watson Coleman, named the powerful House Appropriations Committee after Democrats took control earlier this year, was re-elected to her 12th district seat with 69% of the vote last year.

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