A new campaign finance report shows Democratic incumbent Tom Udall with a large fundraising advantage in the race for New Mexico's Senate seat.
Udall raised about $1 million during the first three months of the year and spent about $262,000.
According to the latest Federal Election Commission reports, Udall's campaign had cash-on-hand of $3.1 million at the end of March.
Udall is unopposed in the June Democratic primary, but he has two Republicans challengers.
Former GOP state chairman Allen Weh reported a cash balance of nearly $206,000. He raised nearly $414,000, including personal loans and contributions of $160,000. Weh's campaign spent $208,000.
Republican David Clements, a Las Cruces attorney, had cash-on-hand of $7,497. His campaign raised $40,579 and spent $44,968 from January through March.
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