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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Elliott trails Griffin in campaign cash

Posted By on Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 4:54 PM

Quarterly reports today from candidates for 2nd District Congress — Democrat Joyce Elliott and Republican Tim Griffin.

Senator Joyce Elliott's campaign for U.S. Congress will report more than $251,300 in contributions since the May 18 Primary through the end of the second quarter, her campaign announced today. ... The second quarter leaves Elliott's campaign with cash on hand of over $106,000.

I don't know if that includes a recent fund-raiser hosted by major Arkansas Democrats.

Griffin reported:

Second District Congressional candidate, U.S. Army Reservist and former U.S. Attorney Tim Griffin today announced his campaign has raised $378,814.23 for the second quarter of 2010, pushing his campaign-to-date total to $954,342.22.

...Griffin has $315,662.90 cash-on-hand for the remaining 110 days until the November 2 general election.

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