- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 2, 2016

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is reporting she didn’t raise any campaign contributions from donors in 2015 and she used campaign cash to pay more than $300,000 to law firms and public relations agencies.

The embattled Kane is fighting criminal charges, the suspension of her law license and the potential that the Senate could vote to remove her from office.

The Department of State reported receiving the filing last month, but has yet to update its online records to reflect the new information.

Kane is reporting $246,300 in her campaign account heading into 2016. She’s also reporting $1.65 million in debt to the husband from whom she filed for divorce.

Kane’s considering running for another term, but she’s facing a primary challenge from three fellow Democrats.

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