In the last campaign finance filing before election day on Nov. 5, the candidates for Westchester County executive are reporting several hundred thousand dollars raised on each side.
But incumbent Republican County Executive Rob Astorino has raised about twice as much as his challenger, Democratic New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson. Bramson raised most of his money at an event Monday featuring former President Bill Clinton, said his campaign spokesman, Barry Caro.
Astorino raised more than $600,000 since early October and spent nearly $925,000, according to his report, which is available at www.elections.ny.gov. The Astorino campaign has more than $1.3 million on hand.
A lot of his money has gone to television spots. Click here for one of his latest.
Bramson’s campaign has not filed its report yet but Caro said he has raised just over $300,000, spent about $340,000 and has about $150,000 on hand.
Click here to see Clinton speak at Bramson’s fundraiser.