State Representative Jason Brodeur has raised about $405K for his State Senate District 9 bid in February according to state campaign finance reports.
Brodeur’s personal campaign finance account brought in about $87.5K, which brings him over the century mark when added to his January totals which began later that month. He has essentially all of it on hand.
The “Friends of Jason Brodeur” PAC brought in about $318K, with $282K on hand when the other figures are totaled in since the PAC was established almost a year ago.
The Sanford lawmaker currently represents House District 28, which includes a large portion of the State Senate District he’s currently seeking in 2020. Incumbent Senator David Simmons has announced he’ll be running for higher office or will return to the private sector when his current term is completed.