Democrat Jonathan Harris, the former mayor of West Hartford who is exploring a run for statewide office, raised more than $80,000 in the 3rd quarter of 2017, his campaign announced Wednesday.
Harris, who announced he was considering a run for governor in April, has raised a total of around $170,000, with 91 percent coming from in-state donors, his campaign said.
In addition to mayor, Harris served in the legislature and was Connecticut’s commissioner of consumer protection before stepping down to launch his exploratory campaign.
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