Thursday, September 3, 2015

Christie's $6.2 million vs. Buono's $1.9 million

Gov. Christie released his latest fundraising report today in advance of his match-up against the expected Democratic nominee, State Sen. Barbara Buono (D., Middlesex), in November.

Christie's $6.2 million vs. Buono's $1.9 million

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Gov. Christie said: "Everybody who works and makes up to $400,000 would be getting a tax cut under this plan." (Associated Press)
Gov. Christie said: "Everybody who works and makes up to $400,000 would be getting a tax cut under this plan." (Associated Press)

Updated at 5:18 pm

Gov. Christie released his latest fundraising report today in advance of his match-up against the expected Democratic nominee, State Sen. Barbara Buono (D., Middlesex), in November.

Buono has nearly $1.9 million, her campaign announced today, from nearly 2,500 contributors. That includes public matching funds, which Christie isn't accepting.

And it compares to these more detailed figures from Christie's campaign team:

Total Raised: $6,166,158

Cash on hand: $3.2 million

Contributors: 14,260

Number of states where money came from: 50 (plus Washington DC...Obama?)

Percentage of contributors from NJ: 85

Percentage of contributors who gave $100 or less: 75

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