Leroy, Fulcher tout fundraising, endorsements as 1st CD race gears up

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The first round of campaign finance reports is out in Idaho’s 2018 race for the open 1st Congressional District seat that current Rep. Raul Labrador is leaving to run for governor, and so far, GOP hopefuls David Leroy and Russ Fulcher have been actively raising funds. As of June 30, Leroy had raised more than $114,000, with he and his wife contributing $50,000 of that. At the close of the reporting period, Leroy had spent $32,709 and had $81,295 cash on hand for the campaign. Fulcher reported raising $53,723 and spending just $846, leaving $52,877 in the bank. His biggest donors were Doyle and Elizabeth Beck of Idaho Falls, who gave $2,500 each; and John and Teresa McCallum of Glenns Ferry, who gave $2,700 each; neither of those locations is in the...

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