Gov. Chris Sununu's reelection campaign raised almost half a million dollars over the past six months.
That haul was made easier by Sununu's veto of a bill earlier this year that sought to limit contributions from certain corporations.
Sununu has collected $467,000 since June. More than 10 percent of that came from limited liability corporations - or LLCs - linked to real estate developers.
The bill Sununu vetoed earlier this year would have restricted people who own multiple LLCs from skirting campaign contribution limits, what some call the LLC loophole.
Sununu has made a habit of using that loophole to raise bigger amounts from a handful of campaign donors. His latest filing shows he received $66,000, from ten LLCs connected to three developers in Manchester, Portsmouth and Dover.