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Incumbents hold campaign cash edge in Supreme Court, Superintendent races


MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - State Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack has raised more campaign money than her opponent over the last month-and-a-half.

And she has a slight financial edge going into the final week of her contest against Ed Fallone.

New campaign reports filed Monday show that Roggensack had $164,000 in the bank as of last Monday. Fallone, a Marquette law professor, had $125,000.

Roggensack raised $296,000 from February 5th through March 18th, compared to $234,000 for Fallone. Roggensack’s donations included $25,000 from the state GOP and Republican committees, while Fallone’s biggest donors were unions.

Meanwhile, state public school Superintendent Tony Evers has a big money edge over his opponent Don Pridemore.

Evers raised $129,000 in the last month-and-a-half to $22,000 for Pridemore, an Assembly Republican from Hartford.

Evers has $43,000 on hand going into next Tuesday’s elections. Pridemore had just $1,300 in the bank. He has put $68,000 of his own money into the campaign.