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Shapiro raises $10M for Pennsylvania governor's race

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The Democratic candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, is reporting just over $10 million on hand in his campaign account ahead of next year’s election.

Shapiro’s disclosures come three months before the Jan. 31 deadline for gubernatorial campaigns to report year-end finances. The most a gubernatorial candidate in Pennsylvania has carried into an election year was $12.5 million by Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell in 2006.

Shapiro formally declared his candidacy last week. The field of Republicans running for governor is double-digits deep. Shapiro’s campaign didn't identify its donors, but other political action committee reports reveal that labor unions are the source of over $2 million.

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