More money raised in Montana attorney general race than seen in past 20 years

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The two attorney general candidates squaring off in November have raised more money than any of their predecessors in the past two decades at this point in the race.

Democrat Raph Graybill took in $371,893 in cash as of June 15, and Republican Austin Knudsen received $191,709. 

It’s not the sort of million-dollar totals seen in top-ticket races, but it stands out compared to other years: Going back to 2000, no other Montana attorney general race has seen as much fundraising by the two primary winners at this point in the election.

The latest reports were compared to the same reporting periods in previous years. Past

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