As of July 1, she had $542,000 cash on hand to do battle with Mufi Hannemann and others in the six weeks leading up to the Aug. 11 primary.
“This is just a testament to the fact that people are ready for fresh leadership, and they see an opportunity to bypass politics as usual if we work together to elect Tulsi,” Finance Director Erika Tsuji said in a press release Thursday.
Hannemann has yet to release his fundraising data for the quarter. The deadline is July 15.
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