Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren out-raised Republican opponent Sen. Scott Brown by more than $1 million in July and early August, injecting more money into the country's most closely watched battle for a seat in the upper chamber.
FEC reports released Monday show that Warren raked in $3.7 million over the last six weeks, while Brown took in $2.3 million during the same period.
Despite Warren's fundraising edge, Brown has more cash on hand -- $14.2 million to Warren's $12.3 million.
With just over two months until Election Day, the Brown-Warren matchup may be one of the country's most expensive contests. The Associated Press reported last month that almost $50 million had been poured into the razor-thin competition by the end of June, a state record.
Brown leads Warren by about four points, according to HuffPost Pollster's trend estimate, which takes into account all public polling available in the race.
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Indiana Gubernatorial Candidate John Gregg Backs Health Care Hybrid [Courier-Journal]
Wyoming U.S. House Candidate Releases Staff, Keeps Campaigning, Makes Amends With Party [Casper Star-Tribune Online]
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