This is the latest in a series of reports about pre-primary 48-hour notices in the 21st Congressional District race.
The campaign is in the period when contributions of $1,000 or more must be reported within 48 hours of receipt.
The rule applies even though none of the 21st Congressional District candidates face primary challengers.
Novelist Susan Spieth contributed an additional $1,000 on Thursday to the campaign of Democrat Mike Derrick on Thursday, bringing the novelist's total contributions to the Derrick campaign in the election cycle to $2,000, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.
Derrick, a retired Army colonel from Peru, in Clinton County, is running in the 21st Congressional District against U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, and Green Party candidate Matt Funiciello, a bread company owner and political activist from Hudson Falls.
Derrick had reported $53,204 in 48-hour notice contributions, as of Monday morning.
Stefanik had reported at total of $113,500 in 48-hour notice contributions, as of Monday morning.
Funiciello had not reported any 48-hour notice contributions, as of Monday morning.
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