The resident commissioner and New Progressive candidate for governor, Jennifer Gonzalezcompleted this Friday with the filing of his first report of campaign income and expenses before the Office of the Electoral Comptroller (OCE), a document that records the transfer of funds from your former reelection committee to the registered committee at the state level.
As reported The new day Earlier this week, the $750,000 in revenue reported by the Jennifer Gonzalez Committee Inc. They come from a transfer made on September 26, the date on which Gonzalez announced that he would challenge the governor Pedro Pierluisi in the primary New Progressive Party.
Data of the Federal Election Commission require that the committee All with Jennifer – which the resident commissioner kept active while she considered her next political move – had a balance of $327,381.47 as of September 30.
On Tuesday, Gonzalez’s campaign treasurer, Oriol Camposexpressed, in written statements, that “soon” additional transfers would be registered to the new political committee.
Along with the $750,000 in revenue reported for the July-September quarter, Gonzalez reported expenses of $63,875, broken down into $60,875 for a purchase of media space and $3,000 paid to the newspaper. Meter by a video message on Facebook.
At the time of this publication, Pierluisi’s political committee had not submitted its quarterly report to the OCE and, if it did not do so before midnight, it would be granted an automatic five-day extension to comply with the OCE requirement. Law for the Supervision of the Financing of Political Campaigns.
As of June 30, the governor’s committee account had $2,934,646.06 available, and Pierluisi stated, in a press conference this week, that he had closed September with a balance of $3.3 million.
Both pre-candidates for the governorship must submit their next report in January 2024, corresponding to the income and expenses incurred between October and December. If in December both make their pre-candidacies for governor official, starting in January, they will be obliged to submit monthly reports.