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As the dozen candidates in the first open race for the mayor’s office in 30 years raise money to propel their campaigns into the summer, Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley has continued his torrid pace, adding about $78,000 more than any other candidate in the crowded field.
Conley raised $244,000 in June, bringing the total in his war chest to nearly $1.27 million, according to his campaign.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, first-time candidate John F. Barros, who previously served on the School Committee, picked up $28,000 in June and has about $70,000 in available funds, according to spokesman Matthew Patton.