Gov. Scott Walker reports raising more than $10 million in less than three months heading into the Nov. 4 election.
Walker reported Monday that his campaign raised $10.3 million and spend $14.5 million between July 29 and Oct. 20. Democratic challenger Mary Burke had not yet submitted her report, which was due by midnight.
Walker's campaign released his cover sheet, which only shows totals and not specifics about who donated how much. The report shows he had nearly $3 million on hand on Oct. 20.
Walker says he thinks the reports will show that he is being outspent, based on campaign ads currently airing on television. Many of those ads are paid for by outside groups and won't be reflected in the candidates' filings.
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