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By Kevin Stone | KTAR
Arizona’s Republican U.S. Senate primary field burned through more than $12 million during a freewheeling second quarter, but there was plenty left to spend over the last month of the race.
The five candidates combined still had nearly $4.7 million cash on hand at the end of June, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Friday was the deadline for candidates to submit their second-quarter campaign finance reports, the final filings before the Aug. 2 primary.
Second-quarter finance trends weren’t much different than what was seen in the first quarter, with self-funded businessman Jim Lamon throwing around the most money but Blake Masters gathering the most in donations.