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Sing it with me! We're in the money...

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Who isn't a sucker for a good old Rosemary Clooney tune? Sing it with me..."We're in the money. We're in the money. We've got a lot of what it takes to get along..."

Why am I singing this classic? Well, some big fundraising numbers were released today as politicians wrapped up the third quarter.

Here's where they stand:

Congressman Tom Cotton raised $1.069 million and has $1.8 million in cash on hand.
Senator Mark Pryor raised $1.067 million and has $4.4 million in cash on hand.

1st Congressional District:

Rep. Rick Crawford raised $185,952 and has $306,328 in cash on hand

2nd Congressional District:

Rep. Tim Griffin raised $208,965 and has $540,176 in cash on hand

3rd Congressional District:

Rep. Steve Womack raised $88,397 and has $605,114 in cash on hand

4th Congressional District:

Bruce Westerman raised $110,466 and has $98,561 in cash on hand.
Tommy Moll raised $281,000 and has $266,000 in cash on hand.
Diane Curry had not filed as of this report.

In the race for governor:

Mike Ross raised $1.12 million and has $2.396 million in cash on hand.
Asa Hutchinson raised $393,181 and has $1 million in cash on hand.
Curtis Coleman raised $70,657 and has $11,179 in cash on hand.
Debra Hobbs raised $4,705 and has $46,493 in cash on hand.

Everyone has until midnight tonight to file with the Federal Election Commission or the Secretary of States office depending on the race. The next chance we will have to see where the candidates stand will be on January 15, 2014.

 

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