Sullivan brings in $1.4M in first quarter

JUNEAU — Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Dan Sullivan raised more money during the first quarter than he previously reported.

The summary of his filing with the Federal Election Commission showed he brought in $1.4 million between January and March. That includes about $1.3 million in contributions from individuals and political committees and more than $150,000 in transfers from committees authorized to raise money on his behalf.

The campaign previously announced Sullivan had raised over $1.3 million. He had about $2 million available.

Fillings were not immediately available from the other major Republican candidates, Mead Treadwell and Joe Miller.

The Republicans are vying for the seat currently held by Democrat Mark Begich, who brought in more than $1 million during the last quarter. That was his biggest fundraising haul of the election cycle.

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