Former Sen. Bob Kerrey's (D-Neb.) campaign announced Friday that he raised more than $900,000 since entering the race on Feb. 29. to fill the seat of retiring Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.)
"It’s a clear sign that Nebraskans are tired of ‘politics as usual’ and want to elect a leader who will tell the truth and cross party lines to address the serious problems we face as a nation," Paul Johnson, Kerrey's campaign manager, told The Hill.
The candidates in the Republican primary saw more modest fundraising hauls. State Treasurer Don Stenberg raised nearly $244,000 this quarter, while state attorney general Jon Bruning raised $530,000. However, Bruning maintains an advantage in cash on hand, with $1.4 million compared to Kerrey's $556,000.
A PPP poll released March 27 showed Kerrey trailing his rivals.
10 more election stories from beyond the presidential field:
New Mexico Senate Race On Track To Become State's Most Expensive Ever [KRQE]
Maine Senator Visits Hawaii To Stump For Republican Candidate [Honolulu Star-Advertiser]
Joe Kennedy III Raises $1.3 For Congressional Run [Boston Herald]
Scott Brown Boxed In By Campaign Pledge [Boston Globe]
Texas GOP Senate Candidates Debate [Houston Chronicle]
Shelley Berkley, Dean Heller Spar Over Veterans Housing Vote [Las Vegas Sun]
Bob Menendez Raises $1.7 Million, Partly From Fundraiser With VP Biden [New Jersey Star-Ledger]
Pennsylvania Senate Candidate Dogged By Loan [Philadelphia Daily News]
Maine Independent Candidate Angus King Opens Campaign Headquarters [Bowdoin Orient]
Amy Klobuchar Reports More Than $5 Million In Campaign Funds [Appleton Post-Crescent]
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