JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — U.S. Rep. Don Young brought in nearly $62,000 during the last quarter.
Young's fundraising disclosure, filed with the Federal Election Commission, shows he spent slightly more between Jan. 1 and March 31 than he took in, about $64,000. His expenses included nearly $7,000 for deposit on a roof repair. Young's spokesman says that went toward repairing the 30-year-old roof on Young's campaign headquarters in Anchorage.
Young raised more than $46,000 from individuals and $15,000 from PACs. He reported $20,000 from four members of the Chouest family.
Gary Chouest, CEO of Louisiana-based Edison Chouest Offshore, and members of his family have donated to Young's campaign in the past.
Young, who has served in Congress since 1973 and announced plans to run next year, reported ending the quarter with about $505,000 available.