Thursday, October 16, 2008

Kinder Has $397,402 More On Hand Than Page

In what's shaping up to be the most spirited, competitive statewide race this year, Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder has a bit of a financial advantage heading down the stretch.

Looking at just the cash-on-hand number from the Sept. 30th deadline, Kinder, the Republican has $1,073,000. Democratic challenger Sam Page has $675,598.

Do some quick math and that gives Kinder a cash advantage over Page of just under $400,000.

"My opponent is in the pockets of the special interests. This has earned him the ability to raise money $100,000 check by $100,000 check," Page said in a statement Wednesday.

And to think, just nine short months ago Kinder was briefly a candidate for Governor.

1 comment:

Timothy Moriarty said...

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