Democratic presidential candidates have collected more than 290-thousand dollars in campaign contributions in Oklahoma.


Monday, August 4th 2003, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


Democratic presidential candidates have collected more than 290-thousand dollars in campaign contributions in Oklahoma.

U-S Senator John Edwards leads the group with 159-thousand, 500-dollars donated by 135 Oklahomans.

Senator Joe Lieberman is second with 84-thousand, 500-dollars in contributions from state residents.

Congressman Dick Gephardt reports 28-thousand, 500-dollars and Vermont Governor Howard Dean 13-thousand, 200-dollars in donations.

Senator John Kerry reports receiving 52-hundred, 50-dollars and Congressman Dennis Kucinich (koo-SIN'-ich) 750-dollars.

Senator Bob Graham, former Senator Carol Moseley Braun and Reverend Al Sharpton did not report any contributions from Oklahomans during the period that ended June 30th.