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Oklahoman Published: November 25, 2012
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• Carry over: $0

• Spent: $21,000

• Balance: $39,000

Jonathan Nichols, undecided

Republican

• Campaign name: Friends of Jonathan Nichols 2014

• Opened: May 2011

• Raised: $28,250

• Carry over: $0

• Spent: $28,250

• Balance: $0/ Closed September 2011

Sen. Rob Johnson,

District 22

Republican

• Campaign name: Friends of Rob Johnson 2014

• Opened: Feb. 2012

• Raised: $25,000

• Carry over: $22,000

• Spent: $26,000

• Balance: $25,000

Sen. Eddie Fields, District 10

Republican

• Campaign name: Friends of Eddie Fields 2014

• Opened: Jan. 2012

• Raised: $24,000

• Carry over: $3,000

• Spent: $18,000

• Balance: $9,194

Sen. Bill Brown,

District 36

Republican

• Campaign name: Bill Brown for State Senate 2014

• Opened: Jan. 2012

• Raised: $23,000

• Carry over: $39,000

• Spent: $17,000

• Balance: $45,000

Sen. Brian Bingman,

District 12

Republican

• Campaign name: Brian Bingman for Senate 2014

• Opened: June 2012

• Raised: $10,000

• Carry over: $153,000

• Spent: $9,000

• Balance: $154,000

Sen. Constance Johnson, District 48

Democrat

• Campaign name: Friends of Connie Johnson 2014

• Opened: March 2012

• Raised: $3,000

• Carry over: $2,000

• Spent: $7,686

• Balance: $225

State Treasurer Ken Miller

Republican

• Campaign name: Friends of Ken Miller 2014

• Opened: Sept. 2011

• Raised: $3,000

• Carry over: $17,000

• Spent: $20,000

• Balance: $208

District Attorney Richard Smothermon, District 23

Democrat

• Campaign name: Friends of Richard Smothermon 2014

• Opened: July 2011

• Raised: $1,500

• Carry over: $0

• Spent: $1,093

• Balance: $406


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