Trailing in the polls, Lieutenant Governor candidate Kitty Toll of Danville holds a commanding lead in fundraising. Between July 1 and Aug. 1, Toll raised $56,000, more than her three Democratic primary opponents combined. It was further evidence of Toll’s superior fundraising skills. With a week to go before the primary election, Toll has raked in $250,000 for the entire campaign so far. None of her opponents — former Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman ($197,000), non-profit executive director Patricia Preston ($140,000), and state Rep. Charles Kimbell ($76,000) — have cracked the $200,000 mark.
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