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Allen outraises Levine in 10th Assembly race

Assemblyman Michael Allen maintained a 2-to-1 fundraising edge over his challenger in their battle for the 10th Assembly District seat, campaign finance records show.

Allen raised $240,852 since July 1, more than double that of Marc Levine, who brought in $113,128. Allen spent $186,279, compared with Levine's $43,395.

The two Democrats are squaring off in a newly created Assembly district representing all of Marin County, part of Santa Rosa and portions of western and southern Sonoma County.

Allen is a former union leader and current assemblyman, and Levine is a first-term San Rafael city councilman.

Allen's fundraising this period brought his year-to-date figure to $868,529, compared with Levine, who has brought in $188,268, records show.

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