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The fundraising numbers from Oct. 1 to Oct. 17 show Brendan Mullen and Jackie Walorski are still raking in campaign money, though Walorski leads.

The donations and spending are continuing unabated in the 2nd District U.S. House race as Election Day looms.

Posted on Oct. 27, 2012 at 1:00 a.m.

There’s no letting up in fundraising or spending in the 2nd District U.S. House race as Election Day nears.

Republican Jackie Walorski reported $84,968 in contributions between Oct. 1 and Oct. 17 and had $220,944 left in her war chest as of Oct. 17, her campaign said in a finance report due Thursday.

Democrat Brendan Mullen reported $69,087 in contributions in the 17-day period and had $138,298 left to spend as of Oct. 17, he said in his report to the Federal Election Commission. He reported receiving an additional $14,000 in contributions on Wednesday in a separate filing, required for individual contributions of more than $1,000.

The reports due Thursday come on top of reports that were due Oct. 15 for the July 1 through Sept. 30 period.

Walorski still leads in overall fundraising and spending. Through Oct. 17 she had raised a total this election cycle of $1,630,285 and spent $1,563,906, including $261,458 in the Oct. 1 to Oct. 17 period.

Mullen had raised a total of $1,146,160 through Oct. 17 and spent $1,007,849, including $156,556 Oct. 1 to Oct. 17.




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