Democratic congressional candidate Sean Maloney says his campaign raised $925,000 in the three months ended Sept. 30, but is not yet releasing his campaign finance report with details of where the cash originated from.
Maloney, a Manhattan attorney who recently purchased a carriage house in Cold Spring, is running against freshman Republican Rep. Nan Hayworth of Bedford in the redrawn 18th Congressional District covering Putman and Orange counties along with parts of northeastern Westchester and southwestern Dutchess County.
Public disclose of complete campaign finance reports is required by Oct. 15.
Maloney’s campaign says it has raised $1.6 million since he entered the race and ended the third quarter with $825,000 in cash.
Hayworth has not yet released her third quarter campaign finance report.
Maloney’s campaign is touting a recent Democratic poll which showed him even with Hayworth. An independent poll by Siena College found Maloney trailing Hayworth by 13 percentage points, but it was taken prior to the withdrawal by a Working Families Party candidate. The Working Families Party recently awarded its ballot line to Maloney.