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N.H. Congressmen Lag In Campaign Fundraising

The latest campaign finance reports show New Hampshire's Republican congressmen lagging behind their Democratic challengers in fundraising.

In the 1st District, Democrat Carol-Shea Porter raised more than twice as much money as Republican incumbent Frank Guinta from late August through September. Each reported having about $650,000 left to spend, though Guinta also had a debt of $313,000.

In the 2nd District, Democrat Ann McLane Kuster raised $507,000 to the $381,000 contributed to Republican incumbent Charles Bass. Kuster reported having $922,000 in cash left for the final push to the Nov. 6 election to the $752,000 Bass reported on hand.

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