AG candidate Schuette claims record for campaign cash

Bill Schuette, a former Court of Appeals judge and currently senior counsel at Warner, Norcross & Judd, is sitting pretty in his quest to be Michigan’s next attorney general.

Actually, he’s sitting on top of $402,740 in campaign contributions as of Dec. 31, 2009.

That figure, his Web site boasts, “is more than any non-incumbent AG candidate has raised at this point in time in Michigan history.”

In addition to the record amount of fundraising, Schuette’s donations came from 740 individuals.

“The hundreds of donors from all corners of the state show the widespread support for a fundamental re-alignment with the way Lansing does business,” Schuette added.

Schuette is a Republican and a Midland native.

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