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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Bill Carrick
October 15, 2015

Phone: 323-469-1592

LOS ANGELES – Today, Congresswoman and U.S. Senate Candidate Loretta Sanchez released the following figuresaccording to the report filed on Thursday with the Federal Election Commission. See report here.

Rep. Sanchez reported $400,000 in total contributions this quarter and the campaign has a cash on hand balance at end of the quarter of $1.6 million.

Congresswoman Sanchez loaned the committee $300,000 bringing her total receipts for the quarter to more than $700,000. She reported total expenditures of $209,000.

“We continue to run an efficient campaign and are gaining ground with each poll that is taken. We are in a strong position to finish in the top two in June and win in November” said Tim Allison, Campaign Manager for the Loretta Sanchez for U.S. Senate Campaign.

The primary election for the U.S. Senate contest is on June 7th, 2016. The recent Field Poll shows Loretta Sanchez solidly in the top two in a race where the top two vote-getters advance to the November, 2016 general election. The seat is open due to the pending retirement of incumbent Senator Barbara Boxer and is the first open Senate seat in CA in 24 years.

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