Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rollie Heath says he raised $55,945 during the past two weeks and is spending most of it on television ads. The contributions bring the total for his campaign to $1.1 million and he has spent all but $127,000 of that money.
Governor Bill Owens has raised $151,352, bringing his total to $5.7 million. He has $2 million on hand.
Tuesday was also the quarterly deadline for congressional candidates.
Democratic U.S. Representative Mark Udall of Boulder says he's raised $1 million for his re-election campaign and has spent about half of that. That includes $153,000 for the quarter.
His opponent is Republican Sandy Hume. She's collected $16,000 and spent $18,000.
Other candidates have until midnight to file their reports.
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