N.J. Republicans and Dems already have $2.8M stockpiled for fall campaigns of full Legislature

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It takes money to run for office. That’s why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the so-called big six fundraising committees used to get people into elected office across the state have larger-than-usual amounts of cash stockpiled this year as all 120 seats in the state Legislature will be on the ballot in November, according to the state’s Election Law Enforcement Commission. Democrats and Republicans have a combined $2.8 million on hand, according to ELEC. It’s the largest reserve in a decade and 107% above average. The “big six” are the two state political parties — the New Jersey Republi…

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