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Kashkari: $4 million raised for campaign, half from himself
Kashkari: $4 million raised for campaign, half from himself

Republican Neel Kashkari of Laguna Beach has collected just over $4 million for his gubernatorial campaign, nearly half of it from his own pocket, according to a finance report that he filed with the state Thursday. The former investment banker and assistant U.S. Treasury secretary reported $1.4 million in cash on hand as of May 17. It’s a small sum for a California governor’s race – enough to sustain minimal TV advertising and targeted mail to voters. But Kashkari’s top GOP rival, Assemblyman Tim Donnelly of Twin Peaks, was in worse financial shape for the June 3 primary. He reported Thursday that he had raised just over $447,000 from Jan. 1 through May 17, leaving...

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