Begich, Young file reports

U.S. Representative Don Young has ended the latest quarter with over a half million dollars available for his campaign.

Young reported bringing in about 63 thousand between April 1 and June 30.

His Federal Election Commission disclosure shows he ended the period with nearly 517 thousand dollars on hand.

He raised $32,000 from political action committees and about $31,000 from individuals during the latest period.

Young, who served as Alaska's lone U.S. House members since 1973, plans to seek a 22nd term next year

 

Meanwhile, U.S. Senator  Mark Begich raised nearly one  million dollars toward his re-election effort during the second quarter of the year, and had two million on hand at the end of june.The summary of Begich's latest financial disclosure to the Federal Election Commission was provided by Begich's campaign.

The full report was not immediately available today.

He brought in about 993 thousand dollars between April 1 and June 30.

That figure includes more than 527 thousand from individuals and more than 415 thousand from political action committees.

Begich is a first-term Democrat seeking re-election next year.

His announced challengers include Republicans Joe Miller and Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell.

 

U.S. Representative Don Young has ended the latest quarter with over a half million dollars available for his campaign.

Young reported bringing in about 63 thousand between April 1 and June 30.

His Federal Election Commission disclosure shows he ended the period with nearly 517 thousand dollars on hand.

He raised $32,000 from political action committees and about $31,000 from individuals during the latest period.

Young, who served as Alaska's lone U.S. House members since 1973, plans to seek a 22nd term next year

 

Meanwhile, U.S. Senator  Mark Begich raised nearly one  million dollars toward his re-election effort during the second quarter of the year, and had two million on hand at the end of june..

The summary of Begich's latest financial disclosure to the Federal Election Commission was provided by Begich's campaign.

The full report was not immediately available today.

He brought in about 993 thousand dollars between April 1 and June 30.

That figure includes more than 527 thousand from individuals and more than 415 thousand from political action committees.

Begich is a first-term Democrat seeking re-election next year.

His announced challengers include Republicans Joe Miller and Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell.