FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — James Comer leads all Republican candidates for governor with more than $800,000 raised from individual donors in the first four months of 2015.
But the state agriculture commissioner has been outspent nearly 3 to 1 by Hal Heiner, the former Louisville Metro councilman who loaned his campaign more than $4 million last summer. Louisville businessman Matt Bevin has also been a big spender, loaning his campaign $1.25 million after filing for office in January and spending more than $1 million, mostly on TV commercials.
Former state Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott’s report was not available.
Both Comer and Heiner have more than $1 million in the bank less than a month before the primary. Bevin has just over $286,000. The candidates are scheduled to appear together at the Rotary Club of Louisville on Thursday.
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