NH-01’s Ashooh Narrowly Outspends, Outraises Guinta

In Delaware’s House race, Barney collected the most money.

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Kimberly Railey
Sept. 6, 2016, 8:14 a.m.

Pre-primary re­ports for the Sept. 13 primar­ies were due last week, cov­er­ing Ju­ly 1-Aug. 24.

DELAWARE AT-LARGE: Former state treas­urer can­did­ate Sean Barney (D) “col­lec­ted nearly $220,000 in less than two months.” Former state Labor Sec­ret­ary Lisa Blunt Rochester (D) “gathered an­oth­er roughly $170,000, leav­ing her with more than $105,000 in cash.” State Sen. Bry­an Town­send (D) “brought in about $115,000 and loaned him­self $20,000 to give him just shy of $200,000 cash on hand.” (Delaware Pub­lic Me­dia)

“Rochester in­fused an­oth­er $225,000 in­to her cam­paign shortly after the most re­cent fin­ance re­port­ing dead­line. … Rochester has now con­trib­uted nearly $405,000 to her own cam­paign, while she’s col­lec­ted roughly $565,000 in dona­tions since en­ter­ing the race.” (Delaware Pub­lic Me­dia)

NH-01: Rep. Frank Guinta (R) raised $62,000, spent $72,000, and had $204,000 in cash on hand. (FEC)

2010 can­did­ate Rich Ashooh (R) raised $76,000, spent $77,000, and had $131,000 in cash on hand. (FEC)

The win­ner of the primary will face former Rep. Car­ol Shea-Port­er (D).


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