Both Justice Sallie Mundy and Judge Dwayne Woodruff had uncontested primaries, allowing them to build their war chests for the general election.
Mundy ended the second quarter with a large cash advantage, bringing forward $250,666.25 cash on hand. Woodruff ended the quarter with $21,041.49. Part of the disparity between the two candidates came from Mundy’s raising $56,100, and bringing forward $194,566.25 from her cycle 2 report. Woodruff raised $42,815 and brought forward $26,959.67 from cycle 2.
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