Hickenlooper increases fundraising lead
Denver Mayor and Democratic nominee for governor John Hickenlooper continues to be the cash king, pulling in more money in the last two weeks than Republican nominee Dan Maes has raised during the entire cycle.
Hickenlooper in the first two weeks of October raised almost $388,000. American Constitution Party candidate Tom Tancredo raised just under $220,000 during the two-week period, and Maes raised just under $22,000, according to reports filed with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office.
Hickenlooper spent $463,636 in the last two weeks. Altogether, his campaign has raised almost $3.7 million and has just under $350,000 in the bank.
Tancredo spent $276,000 in the period. He has raised a total of $682,000 and has just under $64,000 on hand.
Maes spent $48,339 in the last two weeks. All told, his campaign has raised just over $300,000. He has just over $8000 on hand.
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