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Republican Derrick Van Orden reported $1.7 million cash on hand in his campaign for the 3rd CD, more than four times his Dem competitors combined, according to pre-primary finance reports.

The former Navy SEAL, who is running again for the seat of U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, D-La Crosse, also listed $198,941 in debts. He spent $377,432 — just over twice the $174,994 he raised over the period.

Sen. Brad Pfaff, D-Onalaska, also spent more than he raised. He took in $32,550 and spent $101,966. He had the most cash on hand among Dems at $179,989.

Former CIA officer and Army Capt. Deb McGrath raised $43,106, the highest amount in the Dem field. That amount includes $2,560 she contributed to her own campaign. McGrath spent $28,548 and reported $167,127 in her warchest.

Eau Claire businesswoman Rebecca Cooke also spent more than she raised. Cooke spent $150,176 — more than five times the $26,860 she raised. She listed $63,422 in her warchest.

And La Crosse Ald. Mark Neumann raised $13,576 and spent $4,340, with $11,538 cash on hand. Neumann also reported debts of $21,500. That’s a $9,804 increase from what he listed in his most recent report.

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