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October 15, 2013 04:06 PM UTC

Owen Hill, Ken Buck Release Fundraising Numbers

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  • by: Colorado Pols

From Fox 31:

Ken Buck, one of four Republicans vying to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall next year, raised about $228,000 in the seven weeks between his campaign announcement and the end of the year’s third fundraising quarter.

Combined with the money he already had in the bank, Buck ended the quarter with a total of $300,282; his campaign reports having $246,554 cash on hand…

…State Sen. Owen Hill, who entered the race in early July at the start of the quarter, reported Tuesday afternoon that his campaign raised $250,411 between the campaign launch and the end of September.

That brings Hill’s cash on hand total to roughly $190,000, according to the campaign.

Of the two reports, Hill's $250k is the more important figure. After a strong 2010 Senate run, Ken Buck was expected to be able to raise a significant amount of money for his campaign, but Owen Hill was certainly an unknown entity in that regard. Raising $250k should be enough to answer questions about his viability as a candidate for U.S. Senate after Buck entered the race.

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    1. Well, now, Mr Baumgardner has been busy laying out his wisdom in the field of economics – so we certainly understand if he hasn't yet publicized his fundraising numbers:

      State Sen. Randy Baumgardner of Hot Sulphur Springs did say he would not support an increase in the debt ceiling, despite global concerns about the U.S. going into default.

      "There's been enough debt incurred on the citizens," Baumbgardner, the first candidate to announce a challenge to Udall, said. "If they stop raising the debt ceiling maybe we would not have this much debt."

       

  1. I think for Owen Hill this is a good quarter.  For Ken Buck, this is a disaster.  Owen HIll will start to get contributions from the Ron Paul cultists, and Buck is going to be begging people for money.  No matter how you look at it this is terrible for Buck.

    The next quarter will be interesting with Amy Stephens in the race.  One more quarter like this for Buck and he will be done.  It could very easily be Stephens vs. Hill vying to win the nomination from the tea party wacko's the Republicans have at their State Convention.

  2. Greetings, real Americans, 

    Yes – this is that Ted Nugent, and you’re probably wondering why the hell I would be emailing you.

    Well, I’m not just a rock star and bowhunting addict. I’m a gungho American first and a dedicated patriot fighting for liberty – just like you…

    Thankfully there are some heroes we can count on to lead the fight – heroes for liberty like Tom Tancredo.

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