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Democrat outraises GOP incumbent in Ohio AG’s race

Associated Press

COLUMBUS: A Cincinnati Democrat campaigning to unseat Ohio’s attorney general has outraised incumbent Republican Mike DeWine in the latest fundraising period.

David Pepper, the son of a former Procter & Gamble CEO, reported Friday that he raised more than $848,000 for the last six months of 2013. DeWine raised nearly $761,000.

DeWine reported having more money in the bank — about $1.8 million compared with Pepper’s $764,000.

Republican Gov. John Kasich reports nearly $8 million in campaign cash on hand. Campaign finance reports show he raised nearly $3.9 million for the period, in addition to receiving in-kind donations of almost $630,000. Those can include such things as office supplies, copying and campaign office space.

Kasich’s likely Democratic challenger, Cuyahoga County executive Ed FitzGerald, had not yet filed his report.



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