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Election money: Utah Legislature

Total contributions to candidates*...$1,070,805

Total spent by candidates*.............$544,758

*as of Sept. 15

TOP FUND-RAISERS (HOUSE)

Speaker of the House Marty Stephens, R-Farr West: $34,061

House Minority Whip Ralph Becker, D-Salt Lake: $20,440

Rep. Jackie Biskupski, D-Salt Lake: $18,530

MOST EXPENSIVE RACE (HOUSE)

House District 41: Democratic incumbent Patrice Arent ($11,645 spent) vs. Republican Mark Steffenson ($17,519 spent)

House District 48: Democratic incumbent Trisha Beck ($13,028 spent) vs. Republican Dan Simons ($12,877 spent)

House District 6: Republican incumbent Marty Stephens ($19,774 spent) vs. Democrat William Hart ($1,481 spent)

TOP FUND-RAISERS (SENATE)

Democrat Bennion Spencer (District 5): $30,260

Republican Carlene Walker (District 8): $25,033

Sen. Dan Eastman, R-Bountiful: $22,960

MOST EXPENSIVE RACE (SENATE)

District 5: Repulican Chris Buttars ($14,621 spent) vs Democrat Bennion Spencer ($28,600)

District 16: Democrat John R. Curtis ($20,507 spent) vs. Republican Curtis Bramble ($7,344 spent)

District 17: Republican Bill Wright ($17,495 spent) vs. Democrat Jed Mitchell ($9,685 spent)

Most frugal candidate (major parties): Rep. Jack Seitz, R-Vernal, who raised no money and spent no money in his re-election bid. He is unopposed.