Case Remains Behind Other Leading Candidates In Senate Money Race
But what Case lacks in cash, he may be able to make up for with name recognition, one political analyst suggests.
Case is running against Hirono in the August 11 Democratic primary and the winner likely will face former Hawaii governor Lingle in the Nov. 6 general election.
Case raised nearly $111,840 in the three-month period that ended Dec. 31, according to Case's latest campaign finance report which he provided to Civil Beat. (It still hasn't been posted online at the Federal Election Commission website.)