Assembly member Jay Webber (R-Morris Plains) has more money in the bank than all the other GOP candidates in the 26th District combined, according to 11-day pre-primary reports filed with the Commission of New Jersey Election Law Enforcement.
Webber said he raised $ 19,405 in his 11-day pre-primary report. He also received $ 10,456.46 for television commercial production as an in-kind contribution from the Morris County Republican Committee and had $ 104,384 left in his war chest.
Former Pompton Lakes alderman Christian Barranco, a GOP-approved running mate for Morris County in Webber County, raised just $ 1,300 between May 8 and May 25, although he also reported the in-kind contribution of $ 10,456.46. He only had $ 234.62 left in his campaign account.
MP BettyLou DeCroce (R-Parsippany) raised $ 19,378 during the reporting period and had $ 54,118 in cash.
Morris County Commissioner Christian Barranco led the fundraising race, bringing in $ 87,721, although the overwhelming majority of that money, $ 65,871, came from loans the candidate took out on his own. poached. He had $ 29,812 in the bank.
Webber and Barranco have organizational lines in Morris County, where DeCroce and Mastrangelo operate together. They are being put on hold in Passaic and Essex counties, where DeCroce is the only Assembly candidate running.