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In Baldwin battle for bucks,
district attorney field Green

Novice candidate raises more money
than other three GOP hopefuls combined 

By Chip Drago
Mobile Bay Times
Magnolia Springs attorney David Green raised more money than his three opponents combined and entered the final six weeks of the Baldwin County district attorney's race with almost twice as much money on hand as incumbent Baldwin County District Attorney Judy Newcomb, according to campaign financial disclosures filed with the Secretary of State.

Green raised $50,540, including more than $16,000 from relatives and supporters in Louisiana, and showed an ending balance of $40,189.33 after spending $38,700.67.

Newcomb generated contributions of $22,817 and had a balance of $21,537.68 including a personal loan of $10,000 to her campaign. Her campaign spent $24,824.32.

Former Newcomb assistant, Silverhill native Hallie Scott Dixon, who more recently has served as an assistant attorney general, raised $17,748.41 and finished with a balance of $4,944.91 after expenditures of $22,396.53.

Eastern Shore attorney Ken Hitson, also a former assistant attorney general, raised $7,715 after becoming the fourth GOP candidate for the office. He spent $7,098.57, leaving his campaign a balance of $2,616.43 which reflects a personal loan of $2,000.

Contributors to the GOP hopefuls' campaigns included:

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