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Thursday, July 31, 2014

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Grothman raises most from individuals in 6th CD GOP race, Stroebel spends most

State Sen. Glenn Grothman pulled in more from individual donors during the pre-primary period than his rivals for the GOP nomination in the 6th CD. 

But state Rep. Duey Stroebel continued to have a money advantage over Grothman and state Sen. Joe Leibham thanks to his personal contributions to the campaign.

Reports for all three filed with the FEC today showed Grothman, R-Campbellsport, raised $94,931 from individuals and committees, loaned himself $90,000, spent $99,123 and had $159,621 cash on hand. He also listed $128,497 in debts.

Stroebel, R-Saukville, raised $12,800 from individuals, gave himself another $350,000, spent $276,588 and had $262,720 cash on hand. Stroebel had an outstanding balance of $691,940 on loans he has given the campaign.

Leibham, R-Sheboygan, raised $76,595 from individuals and committees, spent $182,106 and had $171,364 cash on hand. He listed $38,539 in debts and did not give his campaign anything during the pre-primary period.

The reports covered activity between July 1 and July 23.

-- By JR Ross


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