(Updated at 4:40 p.m.) Republican congressional candidate Patrick Murray raised $173,164 from July 1 to Sept. 30. After expenses, that leaves Murray with $107,937 cash on hand heading into the home stretch of the campaign.
The figures were revealed in a financial disclosure filed with the Federal Election Commission this morning. Today is the deadline for quarterly financial filings from congressional candidates.
As of June 30, Murray had raised $129,370 and had $29,890 cash on hand. His cumulative fundraising now stands at $267,535. The campaign also has a debt of $34,000.
Murray’s opponent, ten-term Democratic congressman Jim Moran, filed his October quarterly disclosure late this afternoon. Moran’s campaign reported donations of $191,806 from July 1 to Sept. 30, against an expenditure of $199,050.
Moran lists $577,256 cash on hand as of Sept. 30.
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