In a highly anticipated LD 14 contest, in which the incumbent is outspending her opponent by an 8-1 margin, Republican plumber/pipefitter and his team now report more cash-on-hand than incumbent state Sen. Linda Greenstein, (D-14), Plainsboro.
Between Kanka’s individual Senate campaign and the joint account he filed with his Assembly running mates, the Kanka Team reports $102,318 in the bank.
Between her own Senate account and her joint campaign filings, Greenstein reports $59,288 cash on hand.
Up to Oct. 7th, Greenstein’s individual spending totals combined with her team’s equaled $864,262, compared to Kanka’s individual totals combined with his teams, which added up to $169,675
Kanka raised $215,294 individually and reports $83,194 cash-on-hand, according to the state Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC). His joint account raised $50,699.50 and reports a closing balance of $19,124.
Greenstein raised $262,789 for her own coffers, and reports a closing balance of $16,825. Her team raised $660,781, and closed with a balance of $42,463.