By the Sept. 30 federal campaign finance deadline, U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, R-MA, had raised $16,105 in itemized contributions from Braintree residents, compared to $2,079 for Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren, according to an analysis of the Federal Elections Commission database.
Warren added $730 from Braintree residents since the end of June, and Brown added $1,870.
The candidates' most recent campaign finance reports showed that Brown had raised $27.45 million so far this cycle (plus $7 million leftover from his last election) and Warren $36.3 million, according to the Boston Globe.
Brown had $10.2 million cash on hand and Warren had $7.3 million, the Globe reported.
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