Democratic gubernatorial candidates report fundraising

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Fundraising reports will shed light on how the Democratic field of candidates is stacking up heading into the final month of the primary campaign.

Reports were due Monday detailing how much money candidates have raised and spent over the first six months of the year. The reports will also show how much cash they have on hand, a critical number as the relatively unknown candidates try to raise their profiles and sway voters with television ads in the final weeks of the race.

Former state Rep. Kelda Roys says she raised about $800,000 and had $650,000 cash on hand. The only other candidate to release his totals so far is political activist Mike McCabe. He says he raised $156,000 but has only $68,000 cash on hand.



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