The former elections supervisor raised almost three times as much money in campaign contributions as the two-term incumbent in the first quarter of the year. He also claimed some of her past supporters along the way.
“It boils down to leadership,” said Browning, who collected $48,707 in his first round of campaign events. “My approach and my style are collaborative. I am not afraid of other peoples’ ideas. That sums it up.”
Fiorentino, who brought in $17,349, said she wasn’t concerned about the challenge. She’s seen tougher, she said, noting that she squeaked out a win in 2004 against Chuck Rushe even though he outraised her by $40,000 and had outgoing superintendent John Long in his corner.
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