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Democratic congressional candidate John Hsu

Hsu raises $5k for primary challenge against Pallone

Four Democrats in the race against House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman

By David Wildstein, October 14 2019 12:01 am

John Hsu, who is mounting a primary challenge from the left against House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-Long Branch) in New Jerseys 6th district, has raised $5,092 so far this year.

Hsu raised just $304 during the 3rd quarter of 2019 and has $3,628 in his campaign account.

“I will not take any corporate PAC money. I will not spend time fundraising for big money donations. I will fundraise with mostly small donations. I will continue to be an activist for the causes I believe in,” Hsu said.

Three other Democrats are challenging Pallone in the Democratic primary: Russell Cirincione, Zachary Roeill and Javahn Walker.

Pallone defeated Walker in the 2018 primary by about 72 percentage points.

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