LANSING, Mich. — Republican challenger John James raised $6.4 million over three months in his campaign in Michigan for the U.S. Senate, again topping Democratic incumbent Gary Peters, who collected $5.2 million.
It was the fourth straight quarter in which the businessman and Army veteran outraised the first-term senator since entering the race about a year ago.
Peters reported he had more than $12 million on hand, while James did not release that figure.
Both candidates reported record quarterly hauls and success tapping small-dollar donors. Peters is one of two Democratic senators up for re-election in a state won by President Donald Trump.
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