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JUNEAU - It's a tight money race in the Alaska GOP governor's race.
In campaign disclosures a week before Tuesday's primary, money on hand for the three highest-profile candidates ranged from nearly $27,000 for Bill Walker to more than $21,100 for Gov. Sean Parnell. Ralph Samuels reported having about $25,200 on hand as of the filing deadline.
Overall, Walker's raised the most, about $545,400, though much of that is self-financed. Parnell's raised more than $472,000 and Samuels, about $330,000.
For the Democrats, Ethan Berkowitz is reporting raising about $262,500 by the deadline and having about $103,400 left. Hollis French reports raising $201,100 and having about $17,700 left.