Sara Gideon, the former Maine House Speaker who ran a failed race against Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins, has more than $14 million in unused campaign funds following her loss, CQ Roll Call reported.
Gideon becomes one of a number of failed candidates who were successful in raising funds for their bids for office but were ultimately unsuccessful in winning their races.
Sara Gideon, the Democrat who this year ran an unsuccessful challenge to Main Sen. Susan Collins, a Republican, still has more than $14 million in unused campaign funds on hand, according to campaign finance records first reported by CQ Roll Call.
According to the Friday report, campaign finance expressed said the amount — $14.8 million — was atypical following a race.
It's unclear how Gideon, the former speaker of the Maine House of Representatives, plans to use the remaining funds, according to the report.
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