AUGUSTA, Maine (Portland Press Herald) -- The money is starting to flow to Maine’s 2018 gubernatorial candidates, led by a southern Maine Democrat who was an early entry to the field.

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Adam Cote, a veteran and attorney from Springvale, received $249,779 in contributions for his primary campaign in what is expected to be a crowded Democratic field. Cote also reported $10,000 in contributions to a potential general election campaign, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Maine Ethics Commission on Monday.