Sen. Dick Codey (D-27) has the most cash on hand among the state’s 40 senators, followed by Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-3), Sen. Shirley Turner (D-15), and Senate Minority Leader Thomas Kean (R-21), according to reports filed with the Election Law Enforcement Commission.
Codey raised $18,422 in the last fundraising quarter and closed with $815,225 cash on hand. Sweeney raised $60,100 in the last quarter and reported $636,387 cash on hand. Turner raised $956 and has $603,261 in the bank. Kean raised $104,504 in the last quarter and reported $452,758 in the bank.
Sen. Donald Norcross (D-5) raised $79,050 and closed his balance with $413,312. Sen. Kevin O'Toole (R-4) raised $40,150 and has $375,778 cash on hand. Sen. Nick Scutari (D-22) raised $17,164 and has $358,011 in the bank. Sen. Paul Sarlo (D-36) raised $64,750 this past quarter and has $333,671 cash on hand.
Here are the rest of the senators’ filings…
State Sen. Jeff Van Drew (D-1) raised none in the last quarter and has $34,346 in his own account. He reported an additional $3,628 in the joint account he filed with hs running mates.
State Sen. Jim Whelan (D-2) raised $5,750 in the last quarter and has $42,796 cash on hand.
State Sen. Fred Madden (D-4) raised $600 and has $33,395 cash on hand.
State Sen. Jim Beach (D-6) raised $2,600 for the quarter and has $54,187 in the bank.
State Sen. Diane Allen (R-7) raised $13,850 and has a closing balance with ELEC of $126,778.
State Sen. Dawn Addiego (R-8) raised $300 in the last quarter and reported a closing balance of 505.25; In her joint account she reported $44,700 raised for the quarter and a $1,192 closing balance.
State Sen. Bob Singer (R-30) raised $8,332 in his last report and has $24,390 cash on hand.
Sen. Jim Holzapfel (R-10) raised $1,600 and has $70,675 in the bank.
Sen. Chris Connors (R-9) in his joint report raised $2,800 in the last quarter, and has $46,836 cash on hand.
State Sen. Jen Beck (R-11) raised $47,155 and has $32,048 salted.
Sen. Sam Thompson (R-12) raised $200 and has $31,119 in the bank.
Sen. Christopher “Kip” Bateman (R-16) raised $9,161 and reported a closing balance of $10,611.
Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-20) raised $38,350 and has $2,275 cash on hand. In his joint report filed with his running mates, he reported $3,500 raised and a closing balance of $11,977.
Sen. Joe Kyrillos (R-13) raised $9,959 and has $120,354 cash on hand.
Sen. Linda Greenstein (D-14) raised $750 and has $1,741 in the bank.
Sen. Joe Vitale (D-19) raised $63,800 and has $24,838 salted.
State Sen. Barbara Buono (D-18) raised $32,375 and reported $12,279 left.
Sen. Ronald L. Rice (D-28) raised nothing this past quarter and has $19,842 cash on hand.
Sen. M. Teresa Ruiz (D-29) reported $1,100 raised this past quarter, and $26,563 cash on hand.
Sen. Mike Doherty (R-23) raised $1,000 in this report and has $640 cash on hand.
Sen. Steve Oroho (R-24) raised $33,745 and has $78,472 in the bank.
State Sen. Nick Sacco (D-32) raised $42,036. He has $94,525 cash on hand.
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37) raised $7,500 and has $30,372 in the bank.
Sen. Robert Gordon (D-38) hauled in $47,700 this past fundraising quarter and has $56,139 cash on hand.
Sen Gerald Cardinale, (R-39), Demarest, raised $169,565 for this past quarter and has $151,932 for safekeeping.
Sen. Brian P. Stack, (D-33), Union raised $4,350 and has $2,381 cash on hand.
Sen. Joe Pennacchio (R-26) raised $51,548 and has $209,799 cash on hand.
Sen. Tony Bucco (R-25) raised 18,550 and has $54,504 in his Senate campaign account. In the joint account he keeps with his son, Assemblyman Tony Bucco, Jr., the senator reported $24,810 raised and $20,695 in the bank.
Sen. Nellie Pou (D-35) raised $21,400 this past quarter and has $93,953.
Sen. Nia Gill (D-34) reported raising $9,350 and has $44,388 cash on hand.
ELEC showed no updated reports for Sen. Sandra Cunningham (D-31) and Sen. Bob Smith (D-17).
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