JUNEAU, Alaska—U.S. Rep. Don Young holds a massive cash advantage over his rivals heading into next month's primary.
Moore, who announced his candidacy in May, reported raising $2,685 during the second quarter. He also loaned his campaign more than $18,500. He ended the reporting period with about $9,240 on hand.
Frank Vondersaar, the only other Democratic candidate to have second quarter fundraising posted by FEC as of Monday morning, stated he had $185 on hand as of June 30.
By comparison, Young had more than $576,000 on hand.