Acting Nassau District Attorney Madeline Singas in her Mineola office...

Acting Nassau District Attorney Madeline Singas in her Mineola office on Nov. 5, 2015, the day after her election victory. Credit: Howard Schnapp

The Nassau County Republican Committee transferred $150,000 to Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray during the final days of her failed bid for district attorney, the latest state filings show.

Acting District Attorney Madeline Singas, a Democrat, who defeated Murray by 16 percentage points Nov. 3, significantly outraised her in the campaign’s final 12 days.

Singas raised $372,000, including $25,000 from Jonathan Soros, the son of liberal billionaire George Soros; $2,000 from Home Depot founder Kenneth Langone and $17,000 from Nassau Democratic Party chairman Jay Jacobs. The political action committee of Cablevision, Newsday’s parent company, gave Singas $3,000.

Beyond the GOP transfers, Murray raised $78,000, including $3,000 from Cablevision’s PAC and $5,000 from former Nassau County Executive Tom Gulotta’s committee.