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Rocky Raises More Money Second Time Around

Rocky Raises More Money Second Time Around

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- Rocky's bucks are bigger than before.

The Salt Lake City mayor has raised 75-thousand dollars more this time around for re-election than he has for his mayoral run four years ago.

Rocky Anderson's up to about 472-thousand dollars.

His goal is 700-thousand dollars.

Both Anderson and challenger Frank Pignanelli have said they won't stick to the voluntary 375-thousand dollar limit that Anderson's other challenger Molonai Hola has pledged to live by.

Anderson's bypassed Pignanelli in his fundraising by more than double.

Pignanelli's raised about 220-thousand dollars.

Hola's raised 74-thousand but says he can win the race through a grass-roots effort.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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