Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Fallin Tops $2.4 Million In Donations; Brogdon Lags

Congresswoman Mary Fallin has topped $2.4 million in donations for her bid to become governor of Oklahoma.

She reports she raised $742,974 in the last three months.

She spent $747,500, bringing total expenditures to $1.664 million. She has more than $742,000 in cash on hand.

Her chief Republican primary opponent, Senator Randy Brogdon, raised $164,813, bringing his total to $381,750.

Brogdon reported that he spent $148,236, bringing his total expenditures to $311,877. He has $77,257 in cash on hand.

Edmondson Tops $2.578 Million,
Askins Loans Campaign $675,000
Attorney General Drew Edmondson raised $487,111 in the second quarter, bringing his total raised to $2.578 million, his Ethics Commission report shows.

He spent $798,454 in the quarter, bringing total expenditures to $1.688 million. He has $800,953 in cash on hand.

Lt. Governor Jari Askins raised just $203,853 but loaned her campaign $675,00. That put her total at $2,089,000.

She spent $891,000 in the quarter and has spent $1.54 million overall. She reports $520,486 in cash on hand.

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