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Former Giffords aide raises more than $500,000 for Ariz. special election

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Democrat Ron Barber raised almost $550,000 in the first seven weeks of his campaign to finish the term of former Rep Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), his campaign announced Thursday.

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Barber’s campaign said 3,293 individuals had pitched in since he announced in February his campaign for the special election.

"I believe that fundraising isn’t just about the bottom line — it’s about people investing in someone they know will stand up for their values,” Barber said in a statement.

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