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Gore raises $50,000 for campaign
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While the first shot hasn’t been fired in the race for the 43rd District Tennessee Representative, local Democratic candidate Kristopher Gore has already collected a cache of ammo, raising over $50,000 in his run for the office.Meanwhile, none of his four opponents reported taking in donations or spending any money on their first quarter financial reports. Based on those same reports submitted to the Online Campaign Database, not a penny had been spent at the time of the reports by any of the five candidates who include Gore, local Democratic candidates Kevin Dunlap and James Jacobs, independent White County resident Edward Leon Buck and Republican White County resident Robert F. Dunham.It was Dunham who gave Charles Curtiss a tight race two years ago, winning White County. A win with Warren County voters led to Curtiss’ re-election.