MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A central Wisconsin senator facing recall has raised more than $65,000 since July.
Pam Galloway, a Wausau Republican, filed campaign finance reports with state election officials Thursday covering the period between July 1 and this past Saturday. She reports raising $65,626 and spending $2,335 over that period. She has $83,602 in the bank.
Galloway is among four Republican senators Democrats and their allies have targeted for recalls for supporting Gov. Scott Walker's contentious union rights bill.
The committee leading the recall drive against Galloway reported it raised $7,179 between Nov. 15 and Dec. 6 and had spent all of it. The committee reported having no money in the bank.
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