continued “It says the people of Albany County really like David’s approach of equal justice for all,” said Campbell.
Kindlon said he, too attracted plenty of local donors eager for “change.”
“We’re thrilled by how much money we’ve been able to raise. We have a lot of local donors, regular people coming forward and giving me what they can because they see that this is a great opportunity to change things,” said Kindlon.
Kindlon received $2,900 in corporate donations and $7,795 in “other monetary contributions,” a large chunk of which were from law firms. Soares received $800 in corporate donations and $39,404 in “other monetary contributions,” many of which were from labor unions.