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The 2008 Money-Train

Second quarter fundraising results are in, including for the Jewish freshmen in the House. Here’s the quick summary of year-to-date fundraising totals;

Ron Klein: $1.3 million
Gabrielle Giffords: $908,494
John Yarmuth: $600,000
Paul Hodes: $550,000
Steve Kagen: $420,000
Steve Cohen: $137,000

While Klein, Giffords, Yarmuth, Hodes and Kagen are part of the DCCC’s Frontline program for potentially vulnerable incumbents, Cohen isn’t getting help from the party because he’s running in the overwhelmingly Democratic district of Memphis, Tennessee. But Cohen’s leading primary rival from the last go around, Nikki Tinker, has already raised over $100 K.

If you’re looking for a mid-day mental sorbet, watch NJDC’s silly video honoring tthe Jewish women of the House.

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