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Statewide candidates close out third quarter in fundraising

With the third quarter behind them, a few incumbents are out-raising their opponents by large margins.

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Alabama’s state candidates’ fundraising for the month of September shows Gov. Kay Ivey well ahead of her opponents as those state candidates close out the third quarter. 

Governor

Gov. Kay Ivey raised $459,287 during September, according to her monthly campaign finance report. Ivey has $2.3 million on hand. 

Rev. Dean Odle, a Republican from Cusseta, took in $8,980 in donations in September, and has $25,337 on hand, according to his filing

Former Morgan County Commissioner Stacy George listed no contributions in his filing for September. He has $2,122 on hand. 

State Auditor Jim Zeigler took in $2,000 from a single individual in September and has $17,504 on hand according to his filing

Lieutenant Governor 

Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth brought in $87,255 in September bringing his on-hand total to $1.1 million, according to his filing

Secretary of State

Alabama State Rep. Wes Allen, R-Troy, collected $18,150 in cash in September and has $109,828 on hand, his filing shows. 

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State Treasurer

Young Boozer, who was appointed State Treasurer in September, brought in no cash contributions during September, but his filing shows he has $110,798 on hand. 

State Auditor

Former State Sen. Rusty Glover, R-Semmes, listed $350 in contributions in September, with $15,226 on hand, according to his filing.  

Stan Cook, the founder of an international Christian mission organization, collected no contributions in September and has $1,870 on hand, his filing shows. 

State Rep. Andrew Sorrell, R-Muscle Shoals, collected $18,915 in cash in September, with $301,205 on hand according to his filing.  

Florence attorney Brent Woodall has announced his candidacy for state auditor but hasn’t yet filed campaign reports with the Alabama Secretary of State’s office. 

Public Service Commissioner

Tallassee Mayor John Hammock raised $9,175 in cash in September, and has $44,882 on hand, his filing shows. 

Incumbent Jeremy Oden took in $5,000 in cash contributions in September and has $1,79o on hand, according to his filing

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Supreme Court Associate Justice

Greg Cook, general counsel for the Alabama Republican Party, raised $37,400 in September and has $294,128 on hand, his filing shows. 

Calhoun County Circuit Judge Debra Jones brought in $7,630 in September, her filing shows, bringing her total on hand to $29,533. 

Incumbent Kelli Wise collected $20,000 in cash contributions in September, and has $66,199 on hand, her filing shows.

Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries

Incumbent Rick Pate raised $8,500 in September and has $147,739 on hand, according to his filing

Written By

Eddie Burkhalter is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can email him at [email protected] or reach him via Twitter.

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