Doolittle's Campaign Reports Debt As Legal Woes Mount

California Congressman John Doolittle's fundraising has slowed as his legal woes mount.

The Republican is linked to the Jack Abramoff influence-peddling scandal.

According to federal fundraising reports, the likely Democratic candidate in next year's election, retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Charlie Brown, is far outpacing Doolittle in raising money.

Brown narrowly lost to Doolittle last year.

Doolittle reported raising just over 100-thousand-dollars from April 1st through June 30th. The three-month period encompassed an F.B.I raid on his home in early April, which forced Doolittle to step down from the House Appropriations Committee.

Doolittle has about 74-thousand dollars cash on-hand and owes
about 106-thousand.


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