Congressman Pete Hoekstra has applied to take an additional $89,000 in public money for his Gubernatorial campaign.

The Detroit News, citing data from the finance report filed with the Secretary of State’s office, states Hoekstra raised $44,514 in contributions of $100 or less during the first year three months of the year. These contributions are eligible for a 2-for-1 state match.

None of Hoekstra’s other Republican competitors have applied for public funding, however Rick Snyder is ineligible because he has spent more than $2.6 million of his own money.

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