MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama continues to lead in fundraising as he heads to a tough reelection fight.
The Deep South Democrat raised $2 million last quarter, more than the GOP primary candidates combined. He has a campaign balance of $5 million.
On the Republican side, U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne leads in overall fundraising with $2.5 million cash on hand. Byrne raised $408,000 in two accounts last quarter.
Former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville has $1.4 million on hand after raising $373,000 last quarter.
Secretary of State John Merrill raised $378,000 last quarter and took out a $250,000 loan.
Other candidates raised less than $900,000 total.
Former Chief Justice Roy Moore, who lost to Jones in 2017, is lagging in cash. He has raised less than $100,000.
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