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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

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Dem recall challengers raise more than $573K in July

Dem challengers in the six recall elections against GOP senators next week raised $573,135 in the latest campaign finance reporting period. The six GOP incumbents reported raising $663,743.

Rep. Sandy Pasch, D-Whitefish Bay, opposing GOP Sen. Alberta Darling, led the challengers with nearly $190,903 raised between July 1 and July 25. She reported $343,399 spent over the period -- also tops among Dem candidates -- for a final cash balance of $63,943.

See Pasch's report

Other Dems whose reports were available today from the GAB included:

*Oshkosh Deputy Mayor Jessica King, opposing GOP Sen. Randy Hopper, reported raising $96,372 and spending $180,940 for a final warchest of $106,079.

See King's report

*Ellsworth High School teacher Shelly Moore, running against GOP Sen. Sheila Harsdorf, raised $95,032 over the period for a cash balance of $111,610 -- the largest remaining warchest among the Dems. Her campaign spent $76,929 in the pre-election period.

See Moore's report

*Rep. Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, opposing GOP Sen. Dan Kapanke, raised $61,270, spent $171,828 and had $80,089 cash on hand.

See Shilling's report

*Former Brown Co. Exec. Nancy Nusbaum, up against GOP Sen. Rob Cowles, raised $61,808, spent $91,658 and had $104,333 cash on hand.

See Nusbaum's report

* And Rep. Fred Clark, D-Madison, trying to knock off GOP Sen. Luther Olsen, filed yesterday with the GAB. He reported $67,750 raised, $163,401 spent and $67,455 cash on hand.

See Clark's report

SEE DETAILS ON GOP FUNDRAISING

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