Candidates file campaign finance reports
MONTPELIER (AP) -- Campaign finance reports show that incumbent Gov. Peter Shumlin has raised more than $93,000 for his campaign this reporting period.
Republican candidate for governor, Scott Milne of Pomfret, has logged contributions of more than $20,000 by the Tuesday reporting deadline.
Republican incumbent Lt. Gov. Phil Scott of Berlin brought in over $52,000 by the campaign finance report filing deadline on Tuesday.
Dean Corren of Burlington, a Progressive seeking the endorsement of the Democratic Party to run against Scott, locked in more than $19,000. Corren has also qualified for public financing.
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