Ryan McMahon builds $427,000 campaign fund ahead of 2023 county executive race

Syracuse, NY — Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon has raised nearly $150,000 over the past six months for his slated 2023 re-election campaign, according to documents filed today. The $148,550 he has added since January gives him a total of $427,000 and a big fundraising lead over any potential opponents.

Democrats have yet to announce an opponent for McMahon, who was named county executive in 2018 and won the election in 2019 against Democratic challenger Tony Malavenda. Both candidates have spent approximately $1 million on their campaigns.

McMahon’s contributors include many donors familiar with his campaigns, including law firms, developers, engineering firms, and county contractors and employees.

The dozen core contributors include:

Barclay Damon Law Firm: $22,280.

Matthew Paulus: $5,250

Anthony Fiorito: $5,250

Daniel Sweetland: $5,250

Construction company Hayner Hoyt: $5,000

RPS Hotel Holdings: $5,000

Former County Executive Joanie Mahoney: $5,000 (from her former campaign fund)

Russell Maxwell: $5,000

Cleo Koester: $5,000

Richard Riccelli: $5,000

Julie Trimble: $5,000

ProAct Pharmaceutical Benefits Corporation: $3,500

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