Pruski Raises $24,000 for District 4 Campaign

The Democrat has more than $17,000 in cash on hand.

Andrew Pruski has raised more than $24,000 toward his campaign for the District 4 seat on the county council.
Andrew Pruski has raised more than $24,000 toward his campaign for the District 4 seat on the county council.
Andrew Pruski has raised more than $24,000 toward his efforts to land a seat on the county council, according to campaign finance documents filed Wednesday.

Pruski, a Democrat seeking District 4 seat, has $17,494 in cash on hand, and has spent about $6,900 so far. 

Most of his campaign dollars stem from tickets to campaign events, as well as from individual donors contributing $50 or $100 a piece. Pruski has also received $750 in contributions from two labor unions.

Pruski raised $8,124 from ticket sales to campaign events, and received $3,370 in direct donations. Political action committees contributed $3,000, and the campaign took out a $9,000 loan. 

Top donations included $500 from AFSCME AFL-CIO Local #2563, $350 from Anne Arudel County Employees Local 582, and $500 from the Piney Orchard Utility Company. 

Pruski is a Gambrills resident and member of the Anne Arundel County Board of Education. He works as the supervisor of assessment for Baltimore County Public Schools. 

There were no campaign reports available yet from fellow Democrat Scott Hymes, who also announced his candidacy for the District 4 seat. Republican candidate Evarestus (Chike) Anyanwu filed a report indicating 

poliscihound January 23, 2014 at 01:49 PM
impressive numbers though one needs to drill down for a further explanation. Pruski donated a little less than half of his own money in the form of a loan to his campaign. $9K. it's not accurate to say that most of his money came from donations. most came from a combination of a loan and donations from political action committees. pruski only raised about $3K from individual donors. hymes has a very interesting report in that most of his donations are from individual donors - suggests that he possibly has more grassroots support though this is not always accurate. up to three others may join the primary.


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