KENOSHA, WI (WTAQ) - Former Kenosha County Board member Rob Zerban has about ten times as much campaign money on hand as his Democratic primary opponent for Congress.
According to the latest campaign finance reports, Zerban raised about $104,000 from April through June -- and he had around $102,000 on hand as of June 30th.
Zerban is making his second try to unseat Republican House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Janesville.
Amar Kaleka raised about $29,000 from April through June. Kaleka had about $10,000 on hand at the start of July.
Zerban and Kaleka are squaring off in an August 12th primary, for the right to face Ryan in November.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)