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Pallone primary challengers not raising much money

Both missed FEC filing deadlines

By David Wildstein, February 12 2020 8:57 am

Two progressive challengers to Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-Long Branch) have finally filed their year-end reports with the Federal Election Commission.

Russell Cirincione has raised $24,693, including $11,872 in the 4th quarter of 2019, and has $9,171 cash-on-hand.  His report was filed eleven days late.

Another candidate, Zac Roeill, filed his report seven days late.  He has raised $3,470 and has $2,380 cash-on-hand.

Pallone, the chairman of the powerful House Energy & Commerce Committee, has $3,127,491 cash-on-hand after raising $465,172 in the 4th quarter and $1,897,673 for 2019.

He was re-elected in 2018 with 64% of the vote against Republican Richard Pezzullo.  Pallone won 86% in the Democratic primary against challenger Javahn Walker.

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