- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 16, 2014

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Federal campaign finance records show Republican Elise Stefanik at a disadvantage against Democrat Aaron Woolf after a bruising primary fight in northern New York’s 21st Congressional District.

A report covering the period from June 5 to June 30 shows she has about $152,000 in cash on hand compared to almost $760,000 for Woolf.

But Stefanik is expected to get support from the national party in the bid for the open seat and a barrage of mailings and advertising from the conservative super PAC American Crossroads attacking opponent Matt Doheny helped her win last month’s primary.

She reported raising $177,000, including about $26,000 from PACs, and spent $209,000. The $408,000 raised by Woolf included $93,000 from PACs and a personal loan of $200,000. He spent $27,000.

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