Fallin tops $3M in fundraising, continues to outpace challengers in race for Oklahoma governor

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The latest campaign finance reports show Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has topped more than $3 million in contributions to her re-election campaign and is continuing to distance herself from her opponents in fundraising.

Campaign contribution and expenditure reports due by midnight Tuesday show Fallin raised a little more than $3 million for the reporting period that ended June 9, with more than $1.5 million remaining in cash on hand. Fallin faces two little-funded GOP challengers in next Tuesday's primary election.

Fallin's Democratic opponent, state Rep. Joe Dorman of Rush Springs, reported raising more than $386,000 through the same period. Dorman reported having less than $60,000 in his campaign fund at the end of the period.

Dorman does not have an opponent in the Democratic primary.

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