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McCollum: I raised $1.4m

From a press release

Today, the Bill McCollum for Governor Campaign Manager Matt Williams issued the following statement on the Campaign’s 2010 first quarter fundraising efforts. While final numbers are still being calculated, the Campaign announces a projected total of nearly $1.4 million in contributions, repeating another strong finance quarter:
“The McCollum for Governor campaign is pleased to announce raising nearly $1.4 million in contributions in the first quarter of 2010. As Bill McCollum travels the state, it is clear his focus on jumpstarting our economy and getting Floridians back to work is resonating with voters across the state.


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