With the June 5 primary around the corner, three candidates running for state offices made the May 24 deadline for filing their campaign financial information. Two apparently did not.

In the redrawn 43rd Assembly District race, incumbent Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) has raised $118,481 since March 18 with $87,150 in expenditures during the same period, according to his financial filings.

He has $434,877 cash on hand.

His Republican challenger, Glendale Unified school board member Greg Krikorian, reported raising $60,902 since March 18 with $7,518 in expenditures. He has $53,384 cash on hand.

Sen. Carol Liu (D-La Cañada Flintridge), who is running for reelection in the new 25th District, received $87,344 in contributions since March 18 and spent $95,102 during the same time, according to her financial filings. She has $240,593 in her war chest.

As of Friday afternoon, the secretary of state's website did not show any financial information from Liu's opponents, Ameenah Fuller and Gilbert Gonzalez.

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-- Mark Kellam, Times Community News

Twitter: @LAMarkKellam