ST. PAUL, MN (AP) - Another Republican has provided details on his 2013 fundraising in the Minnesota governor's race.
Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson told supporters in an email he collected $240,000 from donors, which is twice the amount a rival brought it. Earlier in the week, state Sen. Dave Thompson said he raised $120,000 last year.
Johnson and Thompson are the two candidates competing hardest for the GOP endorsement at the May state convention. The other candidates in the running won't rule out primary bids in August. The winner of that contest will take on Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton in November.
Minnesota candidates have until the end of January to submit comprehensive reports on campaign activity.
Neither Johnson nor Thompson gave a full accounting that shows what they had left after expenses.
- Local program helps entrepreneurs succeed
- UPDATE: Officer won't be charged in Holmen shooting
- Low unemployment creates 'employee market'
- The Latest: Judge won't drop charges against ex-UW student
- Baldwin supports pair of Trump nominees
- Onalaska mother, daughter charged with child neglect, animal mistreatment
- Assembly Republicans call for $300 million for roads
- New chronic wasting disease case found in central Minnesota
- Complaint leads to cross being removed from vets memorial
- Husband charged in connection to wife's death