A fundraising report released Friday covering July through September shows former Gov. Tim Pawlenty has nearly half a million dollars in campaign debt. The former GOP hopeful left the race after a disappointing third-place finish at the Ames, Iowa straw poll in August.
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Pawlenty shaves presidential campaign debt down to $17,500
That's down from nearly a half-million dollars reported in an earlier campaign finance filing. After dropping out of the race, Minnesota's former Republican governor threw his support behind Mitt Romney, who helped pay down Pawlenty's debt.
Tim Pawlenty pays off remaining presidential campaign debt
The former Minnesota governor owed nearly $500,000 last fall after he dropped out of the race for the GOP nomination in August. Pawlenty has also filed papers to officially terminate his campaign committee. He supports Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination to challenge President Barack Obama in November.
Pawlenty admits he has regrets regarding his presidential campaign
The former Minnesota Governor ended his bid for the White House last August after finishing third in the Iowa straw polls. Tim Pawlenty told Fox News "we took it as far as I could with my race and our resources." Pawlenty is now actively supporting Governor Mitt Romney, despite earlier criticism of Romney's healthcare plan.
Pawlenty shared 'a bunch of' tax returns with Romney campaign
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty told ABC that he submitted 'a bunch of' tax returns to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign while being considered as a possible running mate. Pawlenty says he hopes the selection of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) will refocus attention on issues instead of what Pawlenty called 'shiny objects' such as tax returns. Pawlenty called Romney's choice of Ryan 'terrific.'
Protesters interrupt Pawlenty on stump in Ohio
Labor-affiliated protesters interrupted a speech by former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty while he was stumping for Mitt Romney at campaign event in the battleground state of Ohio. They shouted, "Pawlenty, go home!" At one point, a Romney supporter tried to quiet one of the Pawlenty protesters by shoving a water bottle in his mouth, HuffingtonPost reports.
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