GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) - Two Grand Junction men are vying for the state’s top stop, but one has a clear edge when it comes to getting local money for the campaign trail.
According to an analysis from the Denver Post, Josh Penry collected almost $140,000 from Grand Junction donors in the third quarter.
That’s nearly five times more than the almost $30,000 collected by Scott McInnis.
It’s a different story on the state level though.
McInnis took in $545,000 to Penry’s $400,000 from July through September.