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  New Hampshire and Rhode Island winners: first in votes, second in fundraising
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ContributorPoll Vaulter 
Last EditedPoll Vaulter  Sep 13, 2018 11:43am
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News DateThursday, September 13, 2018 05:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionMany of the candidates who won in the New Hampshire and Rhode Island primaries this week were not the top fundraisers in their races, including one candidate who didn’t report any contributions.

On Tuesday, in New Hampshire’s 1st District, Chris Pappas won the Democratic nomination in a crowded group of nine candidates. He won 42 percent of the vote and raised $823,200, considerably less than one of his opponents. Maura Sullivan, raised $1.8 million—more than any candidate in the primary.

For the Republican nomination, Eddie Edwards won and will take on Pappas this November. Edwards, who won 48 percent of the vote, was also second to his opponent in fundraising. His campaign raised $628,600, while Andy Sanborn raised $865,400.
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