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Former Assemblyman Vince Polistina.

Polistina outraises Grossman roughly three-to-one in 11-day pre-primary filings

By Nikita Biryukov, June 07 2021 11:46 am

Former Assemblyman Vince Polistina outraised rival State Senate candidate Seth Grossman roughly three-to-one between May 8 and May 25, according to 11-day pre-primary reports filed with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.

Polistina reported raising $32,713 over the period, leaving him with $112,827 in his war chest.

Grossman, a former congressional candidate, raised $10,895 over the same period and had $5,121 left in cash reserves. That fundraising included a $2,000 loan from the candidate’s own pocket.

Former Deputy Attorney General Claire Swift, one of Polistina’s Assembly running mates, reported raising $12,500 and had $71,380 left in her war chest. Former Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian, the district’s other Republican Assembly candidate, raised just $1,225 and had $9,723 left on hand.

Grossman is challenging Polistina for the nod to run for retiring State Sen. Chris Brown’s (R-Ventnor City) seat in the upper chamber. Swift and Guardian are unopposed.

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