Honolulu City Councilman Ikaika Anderson, a candidate for Hawaii’s 1st District Seat in the U.S. Congress, said today that he raised $163,300 in the first 11-weeks since he declared he’s in the race.

Anderson said 92 percent of the donations came from within Hawaii.

Third quarter reports with the Federal Election Commission are due Oct. 15, at which time the public can see how all the candidates for the CD1 race did. Honolulu Councilman Stanley Chang has already reported that he raised $124,000 in the current cycle.

Photo: Screen shot of Ikaika Anderson’s campaign website, Oct. 12. (www.ikaikaforhawaii.com)

—Chad Blair …

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