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Mark Kelly outraises McSally in Arizona Senate race for third straight quarter

Democrat Mark KellyMark KellyArizona AG Mark Brnovich launches Senate challenge to Mark Kelly Arizona Democrats launch voter outreach effort ahead of key Senate race McGuire unveils Arizona Senate campaign MORE, the retired astronaut who’s challenging Sen. Martha McSallyMartha Elizabeth McSallyMcGuire unveils Arizona Senate campaign On The Trail: Arizona is microcosm of battle for the GOP Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly welcome first grandchild MORE (R-Ariz.), raised $5.5 million in the past three months, marking the third straight quarter in which he’s outpaced his Republican rival in fundraising.

Kelly ended the quarter with $9.5 million in cash on hand, his campaign said. All told, he’s raised nearly $14 million since announcing his Senate bid in February. In the past three months alone, he amassed 150,000 contributions with an average donation size of $36.

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“The support that we’re seeing for this Mission for Arizona is simply out of this world,” Jen Cox, Kelly's campaign manager, said.

“The past few months, Mark has been talking with Arizonans from Window Rock to Clarkdale to Parker about solutions to tackle rising health care costs and the price of prescription drugs. This campaign is demonstrating the power of putting Arizona first, not corporate PACs and not divisive politics.” 

The fundraising haul is nearly twice as much as the $3 million McSally raised in the third quarter. She ended the quarter with $5.6 million in the bank, her campaign said. 

The race between Kelly and McSally is among the most high-profile Senate contests of the 2020 cycle. It’s also McSally's second Senate campaign within a two-year span. She lost a bid against Democrat Kyrsten Sinema last year, but was eventually appointed to fill the Senate seat left open after the death of former Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainMeghan McCain: Harris 'sounded like a moron' discussing immigration Arizona AG Mark Brnovich launches Senate challenge to Mark Kelly Arizona Democrats launch voter outreach effort ahead of key Senate race MORE (R-Ariz.).