Democratic candidates raise very little money
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The two Democrats who have publically announced they want to run in a recall election against Republican Gov. Scott Walker have raised almost no money so far.
Walker, on the other hand, has raised more than $12 million since last year and has $2.6 million on hand.
Former Democratic Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk announced earlier this month that she will run against Walker. She announced Tuesday that she has about $26,000 cash on hand. The report she was required to file only covers activity through the end of last year, before she announced her candidacy.
Democratic state Sen. Tim Cullen of Janesville is also running. His report shows that he raised just over $11,100 last year and has about $26,300 in the bank.
Many other Democrats are considering running.