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Campaign cash flows in for leading candidates

Djou led his rivals in fundraising during the July 1-20 period, with Takai coming in second

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 29, 2014

~~<p>There was enough good news in the latest reports filed with the Federal Election Commission for the campaigns of four leading candidates in the Hawaii 1st Congressional District to cheer.</p>
<p>&raquo; Republican Charles Djou, the onetime U.S. House member, raised $48,925 during the July 1-20 period, more than any other candidate in the race, including the seven Demo&shy;crats seeking the job, and has more money available than any of them.</p>
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There was enough good news in the latest reports filed with the Federal Election Commission for the campaigns of four leading candidates in the Hawaii 1st Congressional District to cheer.

» Republican Charles Djou, the onetime U.S. House member, raised $48,925 during the July 1-20 period, more than any other candidate in the race, including the seven Demo­crats seeking the job, and has more money available than any of them. Login for more...



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