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McNally has a commanding financial lead in mayor’s race



Published: Thu, April 25, 2013 @ 6:27 p.m.

Former county GOP chairman contributed $1,000

YOUNGSTOWN

When it comes to raising money in the Democratic primary for Youngstown, it’s not even competitive.

John A. McNally IV, a former city law director and Mahoning County commissioner, raised $76,018 between Jan. 1 and April 17, compared to $22,767 for Council President Jamael Tito Brown.

A third candidate, Matthew Smith, didn’t raise any money.

The primary is May 7.

Including contributions from 2012, McNally raised $107,953 to $30,277 for Brown for this campaign. That’s a margin of more than 3-to-1 in favor of McNally.

And McNally is having a golf fundraiser today to raise more money for his campaign.

Among McNally’s major contributors is Clarence Smith, the former chairman of the Mahoning County Republican Party, who gave $1,000. There is no Republican candidate in the Youngstown mayoral race.

McNally has spent more than $20,000 for television and radio commercials.

Brown’s pre-primary campaign finance report, filed with the county board of elections by Thursday’s deadline, doesn’t show any money specifically designated for TV or radio even though his campaign is airing commercials.

As of April 17, McNally had also spent considerably more than Brown.

McNally’s campaign spent $75,344, including nearly $60,000 between Jan. 1 and April 17. Brown’s campaign spent $25,436 overall with $18,472 between Jan. 1 and April 17.


Comments

1TERRAPINST(314 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Viewed the vindy video and article which revealed Tito Brown's newfound concern regarding McNally and the tired, illegitimate, boring Oakhill issue. Funny at The Vindicator debate he expressed his feeling that the issue was an unnecessary distraction to the campaign which should focus on the real concerns for the city. Now desperate and recognizing the imminent loss he is about to suffer, Brown has grasped at ugliness in conflict with the class he previously showed when he dispelled political mudslinging. Now he looks like the same old, headline seeking desperate losing candidate he is. I have lost much respect for this man, and it is disheartening because I thought he showed real class and fresh attitude. Tito, maybe having just one political public job is enough right now. Everyone knows how much time you spend on the Treasurer's clock while conducting city business and campaigning. Maybe the Feds should look at that. Ego got the best of you huh?

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2excel(318 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Jamael Tito Brown is a man that is in touch with Youngstown and will be our next mayor.

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