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State and local candidates file campaign finance reports

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LAS VEGAS -- Tuesday was the deadline for candidates competing in statewide and Clark County elections this year to file campaign contribution and expense reports for Jan. 1 through May 16.

Here is a look at key races, with the party primaries set for June 10 and the general election occurring Nov. 4:

Lieutenant Governor -- Republican Mark Hutchison raised $403,417 and spent $920,553 while fellow Republican Sue Lowden raised $151,603 and spent $249,018. Democrat Lucy Flores raised $315,598 and spent $83,641.

Clark County Sheriff -- Joe Lombardo raised $431,997 and spent $720,999, Larry Burns raised $344,830 and spent $185,684, Ted Moody raised $100,384 and spent $87,936, and Robert “Bobby G” Gronauer raised $84,680 and spent $41,858.

Governor -- Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval, who is facing nominal opposition, raised $320,050 and spent $795,703.

Attorney General -- Republican Adam Laxalt raised $543,503 and spent $104,387, and Democrat Ross Miller raised $259,396 and spent $237,330.

Secretary of State -- Democrat Kate Marshall raised $216,301 and spent $102,662, while Republican Barbara Cegavske raised $101,716 and spent $49,594.

State Treasurer -- Democrat Kim Wallin raised $104,613 and spent $27,239, and Republican Dan Schwartz raised $27,914 and spent $64,186.State Controller -- Democrat Andrew Martin raised $14,678 and spent $14,264. Republican Barry Herr raised $7,256 and spent $3,906, and fellow Republican Ron Knecht raised $7,084 and spent $2,445.

Clark County Commission District E -- Incumbent Democrat Chris Giunchigliani, who is facing nominal opposition, raised $451,530 and spent $102,790.

Clark County Commission District F -- Incumbent Democrat Susan Brager raised $298,775 and spent $364,453, and fellow Democrat Mike Schneider raised $35,388 and spent $13,138. Republican Joe Krathwohl raised $3,485 and spent $1,154.

Clark County Commission District G -- Incumbent Democrat Mary Beth Scow, who is facing nominal opposition, raised $284,530 and spent $299,743.

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