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Rep. Jones posts wide lead in campaign cash for NC3 race

Rep. Walter B. Jones reports raising more than $110,000 in the second quarter of 2014 in his campaign against newcomer Marshall Adame Rep. Walter B. Jones reports raising more than $110,000 in the second quarter of 2014 in his campaign against newcomer Marshall Adame
WASHINGTON, DC (WECT) -

Rep. Walter B. Jones (R-NC3) has a large advantage in campaign cash heading into the second half of 2014 and his re-election bid. The ten-term incumbent's campaign committee reported raising $110,230 in the second quarter of the year, according to FEC reports.

Jones' second quarter fundraising pushed his cash on hand to $99,062.73 four months from Election Day.  By contrast Marshall Adame, the Democratic nominee for the 3rd Congressional District race, reported raising $2,425 in the second quarter and reported $3,119.26 cash on hand at the midway point of the year.

A closer look at Jones' second quarter fundraising shows the native of Farmville received more than $38,000 from individual donors and $63,250 from Political Action Committees. To see the most recent FEC report filed by the Walter Jones Committee click here: http://1.usa.gov/1kt9U5

To see the most recent FEC report filed by the Marshall Adame for Congress committee click here: http://1.usa.gov/1qg1LVk

The General Election date is November 4.

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