Candidates Promote Financial Status Prior to Election Day

moneyBARNSTABLE – Last minute money is flowing into local campaigns as candidates make their final push toward election day.

In the Cape and Islands State Senate race, Democrat Julian Cyr out-raised Republican Tony Schiavi $87,467 to $48,794. Cyr has $6,066 left in the coffers, while Schiavi has $23,372 on hand.

Republican Will Crocker reported a significant fundraising edge over Democrat Aaron Kanzer in the race for the 2nd Barnstable State Rep. seat. Crocker took in $28,787 and has $43,051 on hand. Kanzer raised $8,181, bringing his available funds to $1,889.

Falmouth Republican State Rep. David Vieira edged Democratic challenger Matt Patrick in fundraising, $16,000 to $14,069. Vieira has $24,099 in the coffers, while Patrick has $3,992.

In the race for the open Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket State Rep. seat, independent Tobias Glidden raised $24,237, compared to $14,658 by Democrat Dylan Fernandes. Glidden, of Nantucket, has $2,748 in available funding, while Fernandes, of Falmouth, has $19,182.

The finance period covered August 22 to October 21.

Federal finance reports finds incumbent Congressman Bill Keating with a significant financing edge over his Republican challenger, Mark Alliegro. Keating raised $108,340, bringing his cash on hand total to $753,027. Alliegro has $56,855 at his disposal after raising $23,395 in the last reporting period.

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