Tracy Mitrano Raises About $100,000 In Race For Reed’s Seat

July 16, 2018

PENN YAN, NY – From The Tracy Mitrano Campaign:

For its July 15, 2018 FEC fundraising report, the Friends of Tracy Mitrano Committee reports $193,962.98 in receipts to-date. It will immediately ramp up fundraising efforts after a close June 26 Democratic Primary and protracted Absentee Ballot count period.

“I am grateful for the 3,300+ individual contributions to-date from supporters who have empowered my campaign to put people first and bring economic opportunity back to NY-23,” Mitrano said. “After a close Primary and protracted absentee ballot counting period, my team is ready to ramp up and take on Tom Reed in November. Working and middle class families, seniors, veterans, and farmers want change. It’s time to give it to them.”
Tracy Mitrano is of the fabric of Western New York, having grown up in Rochester and lived in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier New York. The first member of her family to go to college, Mitrano graduated with a B.A. from the University of Rochester, received her M.A. and Ph.D in American History from Binghamton University, and a J.D. from Cornell Law School. Mitrano is a registered Democrat and Yates County voter in Penn Yan. She is the proud mother of two adult sons.

Mitrano has received endorsements from the Working Families Party (WFP) and the Women’s Equality Party. Mitrano has also been endorsed by a cross section of officials across America and New York NY-23’s 11 counties including U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, former Congressman and Lt. Governor of New York Stan Lundine, former Lt. Governor of New York Mary Anne Krupsak, Corning Mayor Bill Boland, Jamestown City Councilwoman Vanessa Weinert, Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick, Watkins Glen Mayor Sam Schimizzi, Town of Dryden Deputy Supervisor/Former NY-22 District Office Representative Dan Lamb, and Tioga County Democratic Committee Chair Diane Lechner.

For inquiries or to schedule an interview with Tracy Mitrano, please contact media@tracymitranoforcongress.com. Additional information on the Mitrano campaign can be found at: www.tracymitranoforcongress.com.