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Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick, left, and Assembly Minority Whip Nancy Munoz, both candidates for re-election in the 21st district.

Bramnick, Munoz hold fundraising lead

Bramnick top fundraiser in state’s most expensive legislative race

By Nikita Biryukov, October 16 2019 5:07 pm

Republican incumbents in the 21st legislative district are beating their Democratic challengers in fundraising, according to 29-day pre-primary reports filed with the Election Law Enforcement Commission.

Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick reported raising $390,725.11 on top of $186,029.89 he transferred from his primary account.

He has $137,833.58 left in his war chest.

Bramnick’s running mate, Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz, raised significantly less, adding $65,209.00 to the $60,415.80 she brought in from the primary.

Munoz has $98,710.45 on hand.

A joint committee for Democratic challengers Lisa Mandelblatt and Stacey Gunderman raised $321,999.78 on top of $15,147.71 they brought in from before the primary.

The Democrats reported having $38,614.18 left in the joint account, while Mandelblatt had $5,500.00 in her own account, and Gunderman had $1,937.50 in hers.

Martin Marks and Harry Pappas, two conservative independents seeking the seat, reported raising $13,250 in a joint account. They had $9011.95 on hand.

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