Bill Schuette

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Attorney General Bill Schuette’s reelection campaign has nearly 13 times more cash at its disposal than Mark Totten’s campaign to unseat Schuette has.

Gongwer News Service reports that Schuette, a Republican, had raised just over $1 million in 2014 by August 7, and its total cash on hand comes close to $2 million. By the same time Totten, a Democrat, had raised a little under $88,000 with a total of about $150,000 on hand.

The Schuette campaign has also spent close to eight times as much as Totten’s.

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