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HONOLULU (AP) - U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard brought in $150,000 in campaign funds during the latest reporting period.
In her Federal Election Commission disclosure, the first-term Democrat reported having about $410,000 on hand at the end of June. Gabbard has said she plans to seek re-election.
Contributions from individuals totaled just over $100,000 between April 1 and June 30, with nearly $48,000 from political action committees. Gabbard had about $800 from things like refunds and rebates.
The campaign still had $19,000 in debt, from loans Gabbard made to herself for last year's primary.
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