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Bee raises $134K, 'confident' about exploratory bid (access required)

Senate President Tim Bee (File photo)Senate President Tim Bee raised $134,620 during the third quarter, Federal Election Commission records showed. “This is a great way to kick-off our committee’s fundraising work,” Bee said in a statement released by his exploratory team. “I’m the first to admit that we have a long way to ...

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