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Some Congressional candidates in New Mexico filed the required campaign financial reports. Some did not.
There are a lot of candidates in all three districts as all of the incumbents are running for Senate.
The campaign finance reports were filed with the Federal Election Commission.
In our 3rd District, the report is broken down by party.
• Don Wiviott had a cash balance of $299,466 in his campaign. The Santa Fe developer reported total receipts $345,839, including personal loans of $325,000. His campaign spent $46,374.
• Ben Ray Lujan had a campaign cash balance of $92,247. He had total receipts of $103,500, including a $50,000 personal loan. His campaign spent $11,253. Lujan is a member of the Public Regulation Commission.
• Harry Montoya had cash-on-hand of $4,557. He received contributions of $8,491 and his campaign spent $3,934. He is a Santa Fe County commissioner.
• Jon Adams, a lawyer, had a cash balance of $15,370 in his campaign. He reported total receipts of $11,591, including personal loans of $6,511. His campaign spent $10,240.
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