Stabenow has $6.9M for re-election bid after raising $1.7M
Oct. 16, 2017
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Sen. Debbie Stabenow reports having $6.9 million for her re-election campaign after raising $1.7 million in the most recent reporting period.
The third-term Democrat released a summary page of her quarterly campaign-finance report Monday.
Stabenow is among 10 Senate Democrats running in states won by President Donald Trump. At this stage in her last re-election campaign, she had about $5 million cash on hand.
Declared Republican candidates John James and Bob Young have not yet released their fundraising totals.
Another Republican considering a run, Michigan Rep. Fred Upton, has $1.1 million after raising $526,000 in the last quarter. He could use that money in a Senate campaign if he chooses to run.