MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermonters should get an idea how much statewide political candidates spent during their campaigns for this month's election.
Thursday is a deadline for candidates to file their post-election campaign finance reports with the Secretary of State's office.
The reports should give a final tally on how much was spent during the election cycle.
As of the October report, defeated Republican gubernatorial candidate Randy Brock had raised just under $700,000 and spent about $585,000. At that point, Gov. Peter Shumlin had more than $1 million in the bank and had spent about $32,600.
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