In less than four months since stepping into the political arena for the first time, Democratic Attorney General candidate Chris Mann reports that he's raised more than $200,000 going into next year's election.
Mann reports that he's hauled in $204,000 during 2021 although he only announced his candidacy in mid-September, which is when he appointed a treasurer and was able to start raising money for the campaign. He reported having $171,000 on hand. He also loaned himself $25,000.
The fundraising amount is comparable to what other more seasoned politicians have raised running . . .
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