Gianaris’ Latest Filing Shows More than 2,500 Donations, Average $33 Each

NEW YORK – Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris re-election campaign filed its latest financial disclosure report on May 22, revealing more than 2,500 donors in the filing period with the average contribution being just $33. Of all contributions received this period by Senator Gianaris, 98.5% were for less than $100.

“I appreciate the support of so many who believe in people-driven government fighting to level the playing field between powerful interests and everyday New Yorkers,” said Senate Deputy Leader Gianaris. “Together, we will keep fighting for a recovery that works for those who need it most by ensuring New York is served by a government that puts people first.” 

Senator Gianaris’ filing reported 2,560 contributions (of which 2,524 were for less than $100) raising a total of $84,855.41. The campaign has $491,908.03 remaining on hand for the final weeks of the primary.

More information is available online: https://www.mikegianaris.com.


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