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10th Congressional race: Scott Perry's campaign has $426,000 cash on hand

Written by Ed Mahon/The York Daily Record | Apr 16, 2018 6:17 PM
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U.S. Congressman Scott Perry (Photo: File)

(Undated) -- Incumbent U.S. Rep. Scott Perry's campaign had about $426,000 available as of the end of March, according to the latest campaign finance reports.

Perry is up for re-election this year. He will compete in the new 10th Congressional District, which is less of a Republican stronghold than his former district.

Four Democrats are competing to challenge him. Here is a look at what their campaigns had available as of the end of March.

  • Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson, who worked in Office of Management and Budget in former President Barack Obama's administration, had about $142,000 for her campaign.
  • Eric Ding, a public health scientist, had about $141,000 for his campaign.
  • George Scott, a pastor and retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, had about $47,000.
  • U.S. Air Force veteran Alan Howe's campaign had a negative balance of nearly $3,000.

The primary is May 15. The new 10th Congressional District includes York city and much of northern York County, part of Cumberland County and all of Dauphin County.

This story comes to us through a partnership between WITF and The York Daily Record

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