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Rep. Charlie Bass (R) (incumbent, lost 2012 election)
Experience: U.S. Rep. 1995-2007, 2011-present
Committees: Energy and Commerce
Residence: Peterborough
Family: Married, 2 children
Education: Dartmouth College
Official Website:

Position On The Issues

Economy, Budget & Taxes:

• Does not think the U.S. economy needs more stimulus money.
• Does not support tax increases for corporations, individuals earning more than $250,000, individual earned income.
• Does not support increase for Interest and Dividends tax or Capital Gains tax.
• Wants to see the U.S. pursue addition free trade agreements
• Wants to pressure China to revalue their currency.
• Believes the president should have a line item veto.
• Supports a balanced budget amendment.
• Does not want to increase the age for social security
• Against reducing healthcare reimbursement rates.
• Against reducing the benefits and pay for federal employees
• Against enacting the Employee Free Choice Act.

National Security & Foreign Policy:

• Against illegal immigrants having a path to legal status.
• Supports sending illegal immigrants to their home country.
• Does not believe immigration should be left solely to the federal government
• Against going beyond economic sanctions on Iran to slow its nuclear development.
• Against trying suspected terrorists in civilian courts.
• Opposes putting extra pressure on Israel to stop settlements in the occupied territories.
• Opposes pressuring Israel to recognize Palestine as a state and signing a peace treaty with Palestine.
• Against profiling to enhance national security.
• Against reducing our commitment in Afghanistan and states:

“we should change the mission. Establishing and maintaining a western style representative democracy is not realistic; we should strengthen our intelligence gathering capability to the point where we have the capacity to identify terrorist cells, then eliminate them by unconventional means.“


• Believes individuals should be able to purchase health insurance across stateliness.
• Supports repeal of the healthcare bill
• Would like to see the healthcare bill amended to change some provisions and states:

“And replaced with a plan that will lessen, not increase government involvement, increase competition between health care insurers, provide for universal deductibility for health premiums, fund the community health care system, implement reasonable tort reform, allow for the sale of health care insurance policies sanctioned in any state in all states.”

• Supports revising the tort system to cap medical liability, cap punitive damages, eliminate contingent legal fees and adapt the loser pays principle for legal fees.

Bass states:
“I support tort law reform, we don't have punitive damages in NH, the loser pays principle should only apply to suits that go to trial and are determined by a judge to be frivolous in nature.”


• Supports amending the No Child Left Behind Act.

Energy & Environment:

• Against a federal carbon tax
• Does not support an offshore drilling ban
• Supports tax incentives for alternative fuels, such as wind and solar power.
• Supports tax incentives for development and/or the use of clean fuels from coal.
• Agrees with encouraging nuclear electric power generation through more timely permitting.

When asked if federal government enact a cap and trade law for carbon emissions Bass states:
“I oppose the Waxman-Markey cap and trade bill or others that provide for taxation of carbon.”

When asked if oil drilling should be expanded into ANWR, offshore areas, etc. Bass states:
“Yes in offshore areas if properly managed and regulated, no in the Arctic National Wilderness.”

Social Issues:

• Does not believe federal government should play a role in gay marriage or abortion
• The NRA has given Bass an 'A' ratings for his stance on gun rights issues.


Interest Group Ratings:

• In 2010 the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund gave Bass a grade of A.
• In 2010 Gun Owners of America - Candidate Ratings gave Representative Bass a grade of B.
• In 2006 Citizens for Global Solutions gave Representative Bass a grade of C.
• In 2006 Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America gave Representative Bass a grade of C+.

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The Live Free or Die Alliance will continue to update this official's page with new sponsored bills and final votes on pieces of legislation throughout the current legislative session.

Voting Record:

  • Voted for HR 459: Federal Reserve Transparency Act - Proposes a reformed audit of the Federal Reserve System
  • Voted for S 968: PROTECT IP Act - Gives the US government and copyright holders additional tools to curb access to "rogue websites dedicated to the sale of infringing or counterfeit goods", especially those registered outside the U.S.
  • Voted for HR 3261: Stop Online Piracy Act - Allows the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as copyright holders, to seek court orders against websites outside U.S. jurisdiction accused of enabling or facilitating copyright infringement
  • Voted for HR 1116: Respect for Marriage Act - Repeals the Defense of Marriage Act and requires the federal government to recognize the validity of same-sex marriages
  • Voted for S 1549: American Jobs Act - Cuts payroll taxes, extends unemployment benefits, and encourages employment in small businesses.
  • Voted for HR 2: Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act - Repeals the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act
  • Voted for HR 358: Protect Life Act: Proposes several changes to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, including banning the use of federal funds to cover any costs of any health care plan that covers abortions, and others.
  • Voted for HR 3: No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act: Would permanently prohibit the use of federal taxpayer money to fund abortion services.
  • Voted for HR 2560: Cut, Cap, and Balance Act: Cutts federal spending, imposes caps on future federal spending as percentages of GDP, and encourages a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution
  • Voted for HR 4348: Makes changes and reforms to federal transportation spending
  • Voted for HR 3606: Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act - Encourages funding of small businesses by easing various securities regulations
  • Voted for HR 1148: Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act
  • Voted for HR 347: Permits Secret Service agents to designate any place they wish as a place where free speech, association and petition of the government are prohibited
  • Voted for HR 3630: Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 - Extends unemployment benefits, payroll tax cuts, and more
  • Voted for HR 3078: United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement
  • Voted for HR 3079: Panama-United States Trade Promotion Agreement
  • Voted for HR 3080: South Korea-United States Free Trade Agreement
  • Voted for HR 1249: Leahy-Smith America Invents Act - changing US patent issuance from "first to invent" to "first inventor to file"
  • Voted for S 365: Budget Control Act of 2011 - raising the debt ceiling and enacting budget cuts
  • Voted for HR 1231: Reversing President Obama's Offshore Moratorium Act
  • Voted for HR 1214: To repeal mandatory funding for school-based health center construction
  • Voted for HR 1213: To repeal mandatory funding provided to States in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
  • Voted for HR 1473: Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011
  • Voted for HR 839: The HAMP Termination Act of 2011
  • Voted for HR 1076: To prohibit Federal funding of National Public Radio
  • Voted for HR 514: Extending provisions of the PATRIOT Act
  • Voted for HR 359: Terminating taxpayer financing of presidential election campaigns and party conventions

Sponsored Legislation:

  • Cosponsored H.R.1343 : A bill to return unused or reclaimed funds made available for broadband awards in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the Treasury of the United States.
  • Cosponsored H.R.1591 : Sanctity of Eternal Rest for Veterans Act of 2011
  • Cosponsored H.R.1756 : National Oilheat Research Alliance Reauthorization Act of 2011
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Contact Information

DC Office:
2350 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5206

NH Offices:
114 North Main Street, Suite 202
Concord, NH 03301
32 Main St., Suite 110
Littleton, NH 03561
221 Main St., Suite 201
Nashua, NH 03060

Email: Click here

NH US House News

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Nov. 22, 2014
NHPR: Shaheen, Ayotte split on Obama's immigration executive order
Seacoast Online: Long Bridge replacement called 'critical' for region
Seacoast Online: Shaheen says immigration reform needed
Seacoast Online: Local fishermen fight ‘ridiculous’ recreational ban
WMUR: NH delegation hopes executive order sparks immigration debate
Concord Monitor: Dartmouth and Ayotte discuss plans to address sex assaults
Eagle-Tribune: NRC inspection finds three violations at Seabrook plant 

Nov. 21, 2014
Seacoast Online: Shaheen to tour Long Bridge Friday
Union Leader: NH asks feds for waiver on Medicaid

Nov. 20, 2014
NHPR: Cod catch limits to be cut by 75 percent ... again
Concord Monitor: VA ‘Choice Program’ begins, prompting some questions

Nov. 19, 2014
Union Leader: Senator's husband wants DNC post
Union Leader: Premiums drop, so do subsidies for Obamacare
Concord Monitor: NH Congressional delegates’ Keystone XL votes fall along party lines
Nashua Telegraph: Are ‘big money,’ influence drowning out ‘regular’ Americans?

Nov. 18, 2014
NHBR: Feds join NH worker misclassification efforts

Nov. 17, 2014
Seacoast Online: New England senators want bipartisan lunches

Nov. 16, 2014
Union Leader: NH's fishing industry staggered
NH1: Guinta says Republicans need to govern rather than shutting down govt

Nov. 15, 2014
Union Leader: Rand Paul laces up
NH1: Postal Service workers protest in Manchester over pending cuts

Nov. 14, 2014
NHPR: NH set to launch second open enrollment for ACA plans
NHPR: Obamacare sign-ups are coming: Here's how to shop your new options
Concord Monitor: New Hampshire praised for ACA implementation
NH1: How Jeanne Shaheen did what other Democratic incumbents senators could not

Nov. 13, 2014
Union Leader: Trump leads tribute for slain journalist James Foley
Union Leader: Ayotte, other NH GOP heavyweights urge support of Gene Chandler as Speaker
Union Leader: Ayotte approval numbers stand out in 2016 Senate set
Concord Monitor: Donald Trump guest speaker at event honoring James Foley

Nov. 12, 2014
NHPR: Governor, Congressional leaders honor state's 130,000 vets
NHPR: Perry tests 2016 waters: Addresses charges, Keystone pipeline, border security
WMUR: Perry wraps up trip to NH
Keene Sentinel: Texas Gov. Rick Perry talks pipeline, border security 

Nov. 11, 2014
NHPR: Perry visits NH to test 2016 waters
NHPR: Second ACA enrollment begins Nov. 15
Seacoast Online: Perry says he'll decide on presidential bid in late spring
Union Leader: Perry, Havenstein join Marines' birthday party
Union Leader: Perry wraps up NH visit, says elections refuted President
Concord Monitor: Perry in NH: Preparing White House bid, will decide in 2015
NH1: Nashua, NH, native Ryan Pitts reflects on Medal of Honor

Nov. 10, 2014
Union Leader: Issues for 2016 primary coming into focus
Union Leader: With midterms over, courting of NH voters steps up
WMUR: Gov. Rick Perry visits the Granite State
Foster's Daily Democrat: Perry wraps up 2-day visit to early primary state
NH1: 5 things to know about next phase of health law

Nov. 9, 2014
Concord Monitor: Making the most of the ground game: GOP catches up to Dems in midterm election
Foster's Daily Democrat: Election analysis: NH voters send no clear message to Democrats, Republicans 
NH1: Shaheen does humble victory dance in her hometown

Nov. 8, 2014
Union Leader: Shaheen machine well-oiled
WMUR: Shaheen hopes Democrats, Republicans will work together
Foster's Daily Democrat: Shaheen talks compromise, ‘sweet’ victory while touring Dover 

Nov. 7, 2014
WMUR: Shaheen campaign manager reflects on victory
Foster's Daily Democrat: Newly re-elected Sen. Shaheen to thank supporters
Keene Sentinel: Rick Perry to visit Keene State College 
NH1: So long 2014, hello 2016

Nov. 6, 2014
NHPR: How NH Democrats stemmed the red tide: An early look
Union Leader: What's next for NH politics?
Union Leader: GOP stampede swerves around top-of-ticket Democrats
Concord Monitor: U.S. Senate voting breakdown by town
Concord Monitor: Late flurry of cash adds to record-setting Senate race
Foster's Daily Democrat: With Shea-Porter’s defeat, Guinta only top GOP victor in NH 
Nashua Telegraph: New Hampshire Democrats keep US Senate, governor
NH1: It's back to the future for Frank Guinta

Nov. 5, 2014
NHPR: Frank Guinta takes Congressional District 1
NHPR: Kuster wins second term
Seacoast Online: Shaheen defeats Brown, retains Senate seat
Seacoast Online: Guinta ousts Shea-Porter in NH 1st District race
Union Leader: Rollercoaster of Senate vote count ends with Shaheen re-election
Union Leader: Kuster, Guinta win returns to Congressional seats
WMUR: Shaheen defeats Brown to keep Senate seat
WMUR: Shea-Porter concedes race to Guinta in 1st District
WMUR: Kuster beats Garcia in 2nd Congressional District
Concord Monitor: Jeanne Shaheen predicted winner early on, Scott Brown says not so fast, but results remain unchanged
Concord Monitor: Democrat Annie Kuster retains seat in U.S. House, deflecting challenge from Republican Marilinda Garcia
Concord Monitor: Republican Guinta reclaims 1st Congressional District seat
Foster's Daily Democrat: Brown concedes Senate race to Shaheen
Foster's Daily Democrat: Guinta takes congressional seat from Shea-Porter
Nashua Telegraph: NH exit poll results: 'Carpetbagger' tag sticks to Brown; Hassan picks up GOP crossover votes
NH1: Jeanne Shaheen declared winner over Scott Brown in NH Senate race

Nov. 4, 2014
Seacoast Online: NH candidates make their closing arguments
Seacoast Online: Band members, Brown exchange words
Union Leader: NH voters could tip the scales nationally
Union Leader: On the issues: U.S. Senate candidates, at a glance
Union Leader:  On the issues: First Congressional District candidates, at a glance
Union Leader: On the issues: Second Congressional District candidates, at a glance
WMUR: Shea-Porter, Guinta ready for voters to decide 3rd match-up
WMUR: U.S. Senate candidates try to sway undecided voters
WMUR: Kuster, Garcia talk to voters before Election Day
Concord Monitor: Lights, cameras, action: NH is in the spotlight, as usual
Concord Monitor: Election eve: Plenty of food, but no time to eat
Foster's Daily Democrat: Shaheen tries for 2nd term, Brown for 2nd state
NH1: Final campaigning ahead of Election Day
NH1: Rick Perry NH bound right after midterm elections

Nov. 3, 2014
Seacoast Online: Clinton says New Hampshire taught her about 'grit'
Union Leader: Hillary stumps for Democrats in Nashua
Union Leader: Countdown to NH's Shaheen, Brown decision in final stages
WMUR: WMUR releases the last Granite State poll ahead of elections
WMUR: Hillary Clinton visits NH ahead of election
Concord Monitor: NH Republicans make last-minute push to rally voters
Concord Monitor: Hillary Clinton makes retail pitch in New Hampshire return
Foster's Daily Democrat: In New Hampshire, Clinton shows family ties
Nashua Telegraph: Clinton, Hassan, Shaheen rally voters at Nashua Community College
Nashua Telegraph: Where in the world is Sullivan County?
NH1: New NH1/NEC poll - NH Governor and Senate contests all knotted up
NH1: illary Clinton in NH to stump for Shaheen/Hassan

Nov. 2, 2014
NHPR: In New Hampshire, two different tales of Scott Brown's state jump
Seacoast Online: Senate ads create political 'poison'
Seacoast Online: Former state senator accused of altercation with Brown campaign
Union Leader: Countdown to NH's Shaheen, Brown decision in final stages
Union Leader: Lawsuit puts heat on Shaheen over IRS targeting
Union Leader: Brown, Shaheen and the geography of the shipyard
WMUR: Candidates for governor, Senate, and Congress campaign in New Hampshire Saturday
Foster's Daily Democrat: Shaheen-Brown race down to the wire 
Foster's Daily Democrat: Old rivals Guinta, Shea-Porter vying again for Congress 

Nov. 1, 2014

NHPR: Spending in Shaheen-Brown race reaches historic proportions
Union Leader: Day after debate, Brown, Sen. Shaheen show up in Sullivan County
WMUR: Shaheen, Brown hit road in final days of campaign
WMUR: Scott Brown accepts debate panelist's apology
WMUR: Bill Clinton records radio ad for Jeanne Shaheen
Concord Monitor: Shaheen reflects on past six years while looking ahead
Concord Monitor: Brown takes national approach with campaign
Eagle-Tribune: Brown tours Sullivan County after debate comments
Keene Sentinel: Shaheen and Brown: How the U.S. candidates stand on the issues

Oct. 31, 2014
NHPR: Data reveals impact of the ACA on NH's uninsured
NHPR: Shaheen, Brown press their cases in final debate
NHPR: Despite upturn in tone, Shaheen, Brown race remains 'one of the most negative' in the country
Seacoast Online: Shaheen, Brown take geography quiz in final debate
Seacoast Online: Metal Trades Council endorses Shea-Porter
Union Leader: Senate candidates sharply divided on Islamic threat, Ebola, Obamacare
Union Leader: Senate battle attracts 17,000 TV ads in NH
WMUR: Shaheen, Brown clash in final U.S. Senate debate
WMUR: Poll shows Shaheen maintaining lead over Brown
Concord Monitor: Shaheen, Brown face off in final debate
Concord Monitor: Garcia’s conservative record a study in contradictions with her moderate reputation
Concord Monitor: U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster pushes constituent services to bolster bipartisan credentials
Concord Monitor: AFP, NEA targeted in campaign finance complaint
Concord Monitor: U.S. Senate, gubernatorial races breed big ad spending

Oct. 30, 2014
NHPR: Shaheen campaigns on funding for start-ups, Brown visits Seabrook nuclear plant
NHPR: Kuster continues to distance herself from president
Seacoast Online: Shaheen emphasizes small business efforts
Union Leader: Trump fired up over NH mailer
Union Leader: Brown, Shaheen run hardest where support is deepest
WMUR: Debate preview: New Hampshire Senate
Concord Monitor: Marilinda Garcia stumps at the Barley House in Concord
Foster's Daily Democrat: One last debate before high-stakes Senate election
Keene Sentinel: A look at the issues: 2nd Congressional District race 
NH1: Chris Christie to return to NH, again, on Nov. 3
NH1: As Halloween nears, a scary battle between Shaheen and Brown

Oct. 29, 2014
NHPR: Kuster, Garcia trade debate barbs; poll puts Kuster ahead
Seacoast Online: Polling shows close races in NH
Seacoast Online: NH Rebellion looks to stamp money out of politics
Seacoast Online: Brown underwater in NH, but Shaheen could sink
Seacoast Online: Kaine stumps for Shaheen
Union Leader: Accusations fly as Kuster, Garcia clash in 2nd CD debate
Union Leader: Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Shaheen, Brown ad wars heat up
Union Leader: UNH Survey Center poll: Kuster leads Garcia
Union Leader: Tea Party PAC endorses Scott Brown
Union Leader:  2nd CD post-debate 'spin room': Garcia 'shocked' at how many times Kuster interrupted her
WMUR: Kuster, Garcia clash in Granite State Debate
WMUR: Poll shows Kuster surging to big lead
Concord Monitor: Kuster, Garcia debate with one week left to Election Day
Concord Monitor: Shea-Porter: Guinta takes pride in blocking legislation
Foster's Daily Democrat: Tackling sexual violence: Ayotte lauds UNH for being at the forefront 
Nashua Telegraph: Buzzwords in Kuster-Garcia House debate: ‘Absent,’ ‘naive’
NH1: Time-tested closing arguments in NH's Senate race

Oct. 28, 2014
NHPR: McCain backs Brown on foreign policy campaign stump
NHPR: New players shake up the campaign ground game in NH
NHPR: Guinta and Shea-Porter meet for final debate
NHPR: Garcia defends opposition to gay marriage, record on abortion
WMUR: Clinton to rally behind Hassan, Shaheen in Nashua
WMUR: Debate preview: 2nd Congressional District
WMUR: Analysis: Grading the 1st Congressional District debate
WMUR: Shea-Porter, Guinta spar in 1st District debate
WMUR: Poll shows slim lead for Shea-Porter over Guinta
WMUR: Big names help NH candidates campaign
Concord Monitor: Shea-Porter, Guinta spar in 1st District debate
Concord Monitor: McCain joins New Hampshire Republicans on the campaign trail, presses for more support for rebels fighting ISIS
Nashua Telegraph: McCain campaigns in Hollis for Garcia
Nashua Telegraph: NH Senate mail campaigns take negative turn
NH1: Hillary Clinton coming to Nashua, NH, for Shaheen
NH1: John McCain jokes about 2016 and slams Hillary Clinton in Nashua, NH
NH1: New NH1/NEC poll Governor and Senate contests all knotted up

Oct. 27, 2014
Seacoast Online: All-female delegation could be short-lived
WMUR: Debate preview: 1st Congressional District
WMUR: Ayotte participates in roundtable with NH outdoor leaders
WMUR: Candidates try to win over voters as last week of campaigning begins
Foster's Daily Democrat: Shea-Porter, Guinta face each other in debate
Nashua Telegraph: PolitiFactNH: In debate, Scott Brown says Jeanne Shaheen ‘voted to pave the way’ for a carbon tax

Oct. 26, 2014
NHPR: Shaheen and Warren rally their base, Brown stumps farther afield
Union Leader: Scott Brown, Kelly Ayotte visit stirs up BrewFest
Union Leader: Shaheen, Warren at UNH, slam Brown
Union Leader: Campaign surrogates descend on NH
Concord Monitor: Warren calls on past experience against Brown to rally support for Shaheen
Nashua Telegraph: PolitiFact: GOP ad says Shea-Porter is a partisan Democrat, Guinta is ‘independent’ 

Oct. 25, 2014
WMUR: Shaheen, Brown discuss Senate race on 'CloseUP'
Concord Monitor: Climate change drawing lots of money, but gaining little traction, in Senate race
Concord Monitor: Republican congressional candidate Marilinda Garcia accused of plagiarizing parts of two speeches
Concord Monitor: O’Malley to campaign again in New Hampshire
NH1: Marilinda Garcia copes with second charge of plagiarizing
NH1: What's being said about NH1 and CNN's Shaheen/Brown debate

Oct. 24, 2014
NHPR: Shea-Porter says naysayers don't understand Obamacare
NHPR: Shea-Porter hopes grassroots network wins her another squeaker
NHPR: In 2nd televised debate, Shaheen, Brown spar on threat of ISIS, Ebola
Seacoast Online: Shaheen, Brown meet for 3rd debate for U.S. Senate
Seacoast Online: Brown has podium to himself at Portsmouth Rotary
Union Leader: Shaheen, Brown clash over handling of Ebola threat
Union Leader: Brown defends his New Hampshire roots in Greenland speaking appearance
Union Leader: Shea-Porter to speak at diversity seminar
Union Leader: UMass Lowell polls show senate, gubernatorial races still a close call
WMUR: Garcia acknowledges lack of attribution in House speech
WMUR: Shaheen, Brown meet in U.S. Senate debate
WMUR: Analysis: Shaheen, Brown meet for first TV debate
WMUR: McCain to return one more time before election
Concord Monitor: Ebola, foreign policy in spotlight during latest Shaheen-Brown debate
Concord Monitor: Republican congressional candidate Marilinda Garcia accused of plagiarizing parts of two speeches
Foster's Daily Democrat: Shaheen, Brown spar over Ebola, ISIS, gridlock 
Nashua Telegraph: Ayotte tours Merrimack nanobrewery, touts tax legislation
NH1: Shaheen and Brown battle over Ebola and much more at NH1/CNN debate
NH1: NH1 Debates with CNN's Wolf Blitzer: Jeanne Shaheen vs. Scott Brown
NH1: McCain, Ayotte, to team up with Brown

Oct. 23, 2014
Union Leader: Obamacare takes center stage at 1st Congressional debate
Concord Monitor: Kuster, Garcia receive dueling endorsements on abortion
Foster's Daily Democrat: Shaheen, Brown meet for third debate
Keene Sentinel: Massachusetts senator Warren to campaign alongside Shaheen in Keene 
Keene Sentinel: Kuster seeks middle ground in run for Congress
Nashua Telegraph: PolitiFactNH: Scott Brown tries to tie Jeanne Shaheen to Obama’s policies, says she voted with president 99% of time
NH1: New NH1 Poll - Senate race deadlocked; Hassan up 8 in governor's race

Campaign Finances

2012 Campaign

Raised $2,066,088
Spent $2,072,141
Cash on Hand $25,623
End Date Dec. 31, 2012


Individual Contributions 
$748,381 (37%)
PAC Contributions $1,270,365 (61%)
Candidate self-financing $0 (0%)
Other $47,072 (2%)

Source: Center for Responsive Politics,

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