HONOLULU (AP) - Mufi Hannemann's campaign for Hawaii governor says it didn't receive any contributions exceeding $500 in the days leading up to Saturday's Democratic primary election against Neil Abercrombie. Abercrombie reporting raising $177,000 between September 4 and September 14, according to the Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission.
A Hannemann campaign spokeswoman said it won't file a fundraising report with the state because none of its contributions amounted to more than $500, the minimum amount triggering required disclosures.
Abercrombie's recent fundraising puts his total fundraising over $3 million. Hannemann had raised $3.5 million through Sept. 3, including money transferred from his mayoral campaigns.
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