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Posted at 2:31 p.m. on June 3, 2013
Former 2006 U.S. Senate candidate and current New Jersey Senate Republican Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr. is still carrying a small cash balance in a federal campaign account. The committee also owes $120,000 to Kean for campaign loans.
Here are the cash-on-hand balances, as of March 31, for the rest of the congressional delegation, as well as others.
Among Democrats, Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. had $3,722,469. Newark Mayor and U.S. Senate candidate Cory Booker had $1,639,963. Sen. Robert Menendez had $1,462,673. U.S. Senate candidate Brendan Byrne Jr. had $1,149,347. Rep. Rush D. Holt had $797,166. Rep. Frank A. LoBiondo had $753,530. U.S. House candidate Michael Wildes had $701,973. Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. had $461,895. Former Rep. Donald Payne had $456,301. Former Sen. Robert Torricelli had $400,126. Rep. Robert E. Andrews has $338,159. Former Rep. H.J. Saxton had $176,267. The campaign committee of the late Frank R. Lautenberg had $162,811. Rep. Albio Sires had $84,900. U.S. House candidate Mark Dunec had $36,599. U.S. House candidate Shelley Adler had $17,407. Rep. Donald M. Payne Jr. had $12,885.
Among Republicans, Rep. Scott Garrett had $2,229,690. Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen had $238,107. Rep. Christopher H. Smith had $178,365. Rep. Leonard Lance had $153,730. Rep. Jon Runyan had $128,315 in cash on hand as of March 31. U.S. Senate candidate Joseph Kyrillos had $57,260. U.S. House candidate Anna Little had $46,160. Former U.S. Senate candidate Tom Kean Jr. had $3,512 in cash on hand. View his latest committee report.
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