Eric Adams’ 2025 re-election campaign has already raised $850,000

Mayor Eric Adams’ re-election campaign raised about $850,000 in the first six months of his tenure, according to new filings, thanks to a big boost from the real estate industry and foreign donors.

The Democrat’s war chest was detailed in a semi-annual disclosure report by the New York City Campaign Finance Board released Friday.

Five of the six donors who gave Adam’s 2025 campaign the maximum donation of $2,100 are involved in real estate: Louis R. Cappelli, a Westchester developer, and his wife Kylie Cappelli; David Falk, President of Newmark Knight Frank; Marjorie Kuhn, wife of another Newmark President; and Greg Manocherian, real estate investor.

According to the disclosure report, nearly 300 donors contributed $2,000, including several other big names in real estate.

Adams brought in more than a quarter of his campaign money from at least 20 states outside of New York as he toured the country early in his tenure to raise his national profile with fundraisers in Los Angeles and Chicago.

According to the report, the mayor took home $24,200 from California and $40,850 from Illinois.

Adams’ campaign raised more than $100,000 in eligible matching and had $787,000 at its disposal, the filing showed.

“This filing shows strong support for Mayor Adams and his plans for the city,” said Vito Pitta, Adams’ campaign attorney.

“In the first six months since the campaign committee opened, it has raised more than $850,000 from supporters.”

According to NYCCFB, Adams raised more than $19 million for his successful bid in 2021. Eric Adams’ 2025 re-election campaign has already raised $850,000


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