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UPDATED: AG Candidates Report Fundraising

Anita Kumar

Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican nominee for attorney general, raised $672,315 in September, according to records released by his campaign.

Cuccinelli had $936,045 in the bank heading into October -- solid numbers for someone who had a tough three-way fight for his party's nomination earlier this year.

As of Aug. 31, Democractic nominee Steve Shannon had a two-to-one financial advantage over Cuccinelli. Shannon had $1.6 million compared with Cuccinelli's $750,000.

Shannon may still have more cash on hand, but Cuccinelli may have outraised him in September. We'll you know when we hear from Shannon's campaign.

UPDATE: As we predicted, it looks like Cuccinelli outraised Shannon by a bit in September, but not enough to erase the Democrat's money advantage.

According to his campaign, Shannon raised $531,965 in the month of September, ending the month with $1,420,859 on hand. That gave Shannon about a $500,000 lead on Cuccinelli at month's start.

The campaign had as of Oct. 1 raised $2,610,515 total.

By Anita Kumar  |  October 15, 2009; 1:28 PM ET
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