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US Sen. hopeful Warren outraising Brown

April 9, 2012
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BOSTON—Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren has raised more than twice as much as Republican incumbent Sen. Scott Brown during the first three months of the year.

Warren reported raising $6.9 million from January through March compared to Brown's $3.4 million.

Brown now has about $15 million in his reelection account, compared to about $11 million for Warren.

About 64 percent of Warren's donations came from out of state. The campaign had previously said Warren received $2.5 million from in-state donors during the three-month period ending March 31.

Brown's campaign hasn't said how much of the $3.4 million it raised came from in-state donors.

Warren's campaign said 30,000 people from 350 Massachusetts communities have contributed to her campaign. The campaign also said 83 percent of first-quarter donations were $50 or less.

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