Sen. Stabenow has $9.6 million for re-election campaign
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan has nearly $9.6 million in the bank for her re-election campaign after raising nearly $1.8 million in the last quarter.
The Democrat released a summary of her most recent campaign-finance report Monday.
Republican businessmen John James and Sandy Pensler are running in the Aug. 7 primary to face Stabenow in November. Whoever wins is expected to face a financial disadvantage against Stabenow in the November election.
The latest quarterly fundraising numbers for James and Pensler were not yet available.