Obermueller raises nearly $253k for campaign against Kline

Former state Rep. Mike Obermueller says he raised $252,976 since he won the DFL endorsement to challenge six-term incumbent Republican Congressman John Kline in the 2nd Congressional District. Last week, Kline said he raised $428,000 in the same time period and had $1.3 million in the bank.
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Former state Rep. Mike Obermueller says he raised $252,976 since he won the DFL endorsement to challenge six-term incumbent Republican Congressman John Kline in the 2nd Congressional District. Last week, Kline said he raised $428,000 in the same time period and had $1.3 million in the bank.

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