Minnesota's Senate candidates continue furious fundraising pace

Minnesota's two leading U.S. Senate candidates continued their furious fundraising pace this spring, as Republican Norm Coleman and DFLer Al Franken each raised more than $2 million in what has become one of the nation's most expensive races.

According to figures released today, Coleman's campaign raised $2.35 million from April through June. Franken's campaign was close behind, collecting $2.26 million in the same period.

Coleman continues to be ahead of Franken in the amount of cash on hand. Coleman has $7.2 million, while Franken has a bit more than $4 million at his command.

Since 2007, Franken has raised $11 million overall for the campaign. As of March, Coleman had raised a total of $12.4 million.

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