Chart: Margolies Campaign Tapping Their #PA13 General Election Money Before They Can Legally Do That

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As Adam Bonin points out, the Marjorie Margolies campaign has reported raising $172,588.92 for the general election, but they do not have $172,588.92 in cash-on-hand.

By definition, this means they’ve been tapping into their general election funds during the primary. This is illegal.

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Here is the full analysis the Daylin Leach campaign put together backing up that chart.

It really does seem like the whole raison d’être of the Marjorie Margolies for Congress campaign is to personally enrich Bob Brady’s political affiliaties, while delivering approximately zero value to Marjorie Margolies or her political supporters.

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3 Responses to Chart: Margolies Campaign Tapping Their #PA13 General Election Money Before They Can Legally Do That

  1. It really does seem like the whole raison d’être of the Marjorie Margolies for Congress campaign is to personally enrich Bob Brady’s political affiliaties, while delivering approximately zero value to Marjorie Margolies or her political supporters.

    Any one surprised by this? Also, to give HRC’s people something to do before 2016.

  2. NortheastProgressive says:

    I truthfully feel bad for Marjorie. Not her campaign, but her personally. It feels like we’re watching a candidate get taken for a ride in real-time.

    I’m voting Val Arkoosh.

    • It feels like we’re watching a candidate get taken for a ride in real-time.

      How and why? It’s not like she’s some young party apparatchik doing the bigwigs a favor.