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48-Hour reports: Coughlin, law partners give $6,300 to Rahway Demcorats

By David Wildstein, November 01 2019 10:39 am

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In 48-hour expenditure reports filed on Thursday with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission:

* Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin and two of his law partners contributed a total of $6,300 to the Rahway Democratic Committee.

* The New Jersey Democratic State Committee received a $2,500 contribution from 32BJ United ADF.

* 21st district Democrats Lisa Mandelblatt and Stacey Gunderman received a $2,600 contribution from John Graham’s Fairview Insurance Agency Associates and $5,897 from the New Jersey Democratic Assembly Campaign Committee (DACC).  DACC has now contributed $173,683 in this district.

* 1st district Democrats Bob Andrzejczak, Bruce Land and Matthew Milam reported receiving $4,490 from DACC, bringing the total to $113,730.    The Democrats also received $3,000 from the Comcast/NBC Universal PAC.

* The Cape May County Regular Republican Organization sent $5,000 top 1st District Republican candidate Erik Simonsen and Antwan McClellan.

* The Mercer County Democratic Committee has received $6,500 from Assemblyman Anthony Verrelli.

* Incumbents Eric Houghtaling and Joann Downey each received $2,250 from the NJ State PBA in their bids for re-election to their 11th district Assembly seats.

* Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin received a $5,000 contribution from MEDAC, the New Jersey Medical Society PAC.

* Assemblyman Christopher Tully took in $2,600 from Arcadis, a Colorado-based natural resources consultancy firm.

* Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes reported an $8,200 contribution from the Operating Engineers Local 825.

* Hunterdon GOP Freeholder candidates John Lanza and Zachary Rich received $1,255 from the New Jersey Republican State Committee.

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