The Latest: Galvin holds fundraising edge in latest report

Published 07-16-2018

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JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – The Latest on fundraising numbers in Alaska's U.S. House race (all times local):

12:45 p.m.

Independent U.S. House candidate Alyse Galvin topped her competitors in fundraising during the latest quarter, raising more than $245,000.

According to a federal filing, Galvin had more than $265,000 on hand as of June 30.

Galvin is running in the Democratic primary in Alaska on Aug. 21. Her highest-profile rival is Democrat Dimitri Shein (Shayne).

Shein reported raising nearly $130,000 between April and June. That includes a personal loan of more than $100,000. Shein ended the quarter with nearly $120,000 available.

On the Republican side, incumbent Rep. Don Young reported raising more than $175,000 during the quarter. He held the edge in cash-on-hand among all candidates with just under $470,000 available.

Young has served in the House since 1973. One of his GOP challengers, Thomas "John" Nelson, reported raising a nominal amount.

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On the Republican side, incumbent Rep. Don Young reported raising more than $175,000 during the quarter. He held the edge in cash-on-hand among all candidates with just under $470,000 available.

Young has served in the House since 1973. One of his GOP challengers, Thomas "John" Nelson, reported raising a nominal amount.

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10:15 a.m.

U.S. Rep. Don Young reported raising more than $175,000 toward his re-election bid during the latest fundraising quarter.

Filings with the Federal Election Commission show Young ended the quarter on June 30 with just under $470,000 available.

Young, a Republican, has served in the House since 1973. One of his GOP challengers, Thomas "John" Nelson, reported raising a nominal amount.

On the Democratic side, Democrat Dimitri Shein (Shayne) reported raising nearly $130,000 between April and June. That includes a personal loan of more than $100,000. Shein ended the quarter with nearly $120,000 available.

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10:15 a.m.

U.S. Rep. Don Young reported raising more than $175,000 toward his re-election bid during the latest fundraising quarter.

Filings with the Federal Election Commission show Young ended the quarter on June 30 with just under $470,000 available.

Young, a Republican, has served in the House since 1973. One of his GOP challengers, Thomas "John" Nelson, reported raising a nominal amount.

On the Democratic side, Democrat Dimitri Shein (Shayne) reported raising nearly $130,000 between April and June. That includes a personal loan of more than $100,000. Shein ended the quarter with nearly $120,000 available.

Independent Alyse Galvin is running against Shein in the Democratic primary. Galvin and Shein have been the highest-profile candidates on that side of the race. Galvin's FEC filing wasn't immediately available.

The primary is Aug. 21.

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