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May 29, 2014 9:30 PM

Nearly $160K raised in sheriff’s race

Candidates competing to be the next Merced County sheriff raised nearly $160,000 during the primary campaign season. According to financial disclosure statements filed late last week, Pat Lunney, Jim Soria, Frank Swiggart and Vern Warnke raised $159,464.12 combined since campaign season launched in January. They spent $120,820.09 combined from Jan. 10 to mid-May, records indicate.

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