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Hopefuls preparing for 2009

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Two Democrats and a Republican running for governor in 2009 have substantial early cash reserves in girding for an expensive race.
All three filed reports Tuesday with the State Board of Elections.
The Republican, Attorney General Bob McDonnell, finished the first half of 2008 with the most money on hand, nearly $1.2 million.
His gubernatorial and attorney general committees have raised $1.46 million to date, 60 percent of it since January.
Democratic Senator Creigh Deeds of Bath County has received $900,000 so far with 85 percent since January.
He entered July with $650,000 in the bank.
Democratic Delegate Brian Moran reported raising $1.38 million for the period and had $923,000 on hand.

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Hopefuls preparing for 2009

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Two Democrats and a Republican running for governor in 2009 have substantial early cash reserves in girding for an expensive race.
All three filed reports Tuesday with the State Board of Elections.
The Republican, Attorney General Bob McDonnell, finished the first half of 2008 with the most money on hand, nearly $1.2 million.
His gubernatorial and attorney general committees have raised $1.46 million to date, 60 percent of it since January.
Democratic Senator Creigh Deeds of Bath County has received $900,000 so far with 85 percent since January.
He entered July with $650,000 in the bank.
Democratic Delegate Brian Moran reported raising $1.38 million for the period and had $923,000 on hand.

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