SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Democratic Sen. Tom Udall has stockpiled more than $3 million for his re-election bid, but Republican challenger Allen Weh is dipping into personal money to jumpstart his campaign for the general election.
Weh, a former state GOP chairman, has lent his campaign more than a half million dollars in the past three months, allowing him to raise more money than Udall during that time, according to a Federal Election Commission finance report and a fundraising summary released by Weh’s campaign.
Udall reported $3.4 million in his campaign account at the end of last month. Weh had a balance of $627,806.
Weh raised $905,266 from April through June, with $555,000 Login to read more