OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The latest campaign filing reports show Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has nearly $1 million in her campaign war chest as she eyes a re-election bid in 2014, even though no formal challengers have emerged.
In a campaign finance report filed late Wednesday, Fallin reported raising $432,000 during the three-month period from April 1 to June 30, with about $970,000 in cash on hand at the end of the quarter.
No Republican or Democratic challengers have emerged to take on Fallin in 2014.
Among the more spirited statewide races on the ballot are challenges from both sides for the post held by State Superintendent Janet Barresi, who reported raising $1,100 and loaning her campaign $100,000 during the last quarter. Republican challenger Joy Hofmeister of Tulsa reported raising $146,000 during the quarter.
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