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Warren Doubles Up Brown in Third Quarter Fundraising

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Elizabeth Warren, Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In an interview with National Journal reporters Jim Tankers;ey and Bill Swindell in her office at the Treasury Department on Tuesday, October 26, 2010.(Chet Susslin)

Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren raised $3.15 million during the third quarter, a huge figure that outpaces Sen. Scott Brown's, R-Mass., haul by over $1.5 million.

Warren launched her exploratory committee on Aug. 18, giving her roughly six weeks to raise money during the period. Also impressive is the number of small donors who gave to the Democrat's campaign.

"The overwhelming majority of those contributions -- 96 percent -- were $100 or less. More than 11,000 people here in Massachusetts contributed," the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau architect wrote in an email to supporters on Monday.

Brown raised $1.55 million during the third quarter and ended the period with $10.5 million in the bank, his campaign announced Monday. Warren did not release her cash on hand total.

City Year co-founder Alan Khazei, who was the big money winner on the Democratic side last quarter, before Warren entered the race, brought in $365,000 during the third quarter and ended the period with $750,000 in the bank.

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