By TODD STACY, Alabama Daily News
Campaign finance reports for the 3rd Quarter were due Tuesday, and the results show incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Doug Jones continuing to build a campaign war chest while his Republican rivals compete for cash.
Jones added more than $2 million to his campaign account and now has more than $5 million cash on hand.
On the Republican side, Congressman Bradley Byrne continued to show his fundraising prowess by pulling in a healthy $408,000 between his official campaign account and his Team Byrne leadership committee. He stands at $2.5 million cash on hand.
Secretary of State John Merrill raised an impressive $377,520 in the 3rd Quarter, while also taking a loan of $250,000. He now has $738,429.
Former Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville raised $373,247, spent $260,272, and now has $1,455,516 cash on hand.
State Rep. Arnold Mooney checked in with a solid fundraising quarter, hauling in $242,738 and ending with $386,045 cash on hand.
See the full fundraising numbers in the chart below.
The GOP primary is March 3.
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