North Dakota's U.S. Senate candidates say they've raised more than $9 million for their campaigns. It's already the most expensive in state history.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's U.S. Senate candidates say they've raised more than $9 million for their campaigns. It's already the most expensive in state history.
Republican Rick Berg's campaign disclosure report Monday says he's raised $5.6 million for his race.
Democrat Heidi Heitkamp has raised $3.7 million.
Berg and Heitkamp have raised about $1.6 million each in the last three months.
Until now, North Dakota's most expensive Senate race cost $4.2 million.
Both Senate campaigns filed new Federal Election Commission disclosure reports Monday.
Republican U.S. House candidate Kevin Cramer reported his fundraising has topped $1 million.
His report says Cramer raised $476,000 in the last three months.
Democrat Pam Gulleson's fundraising information for the last three months wasn't immediately available.
She has previously reported raising $630,000 through June.