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Gubernatorial nominees Terry McAuliffe and Glenn Youngkin are raising record-breaking numbers in their campaigns for governor. The candidates have raised a combined $66 million so far, which is more than double the 2017 totals at the same point during that cycle. The data used comes from the Virginia Public Access Project.

For the latest fundraising numbers as of the end of August in this race:

  • Republican gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin raised $15,708,862.
    • $4,500,000 of that was a loan from Youngkin to the campaign.
    • Youngkin’s campaign has $6,028,745 cash on hand.
  • Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe raised $11,503,406.
  • Independent candidate Princess Blanding raised $1,258.
    • Blanding’s campaign has $5,955 cash on hand.

More statewide candidate numbers

In the race for lieutenant governor:

  • The Republican nominee Winsome Sears raised $630,192.
  • The Democratic nominee Hala Ayala raised $800,081.

In the race for attorney general:

Democrats outraise Republicans in the House of Delegates

With all 100 seats in the House of Delegates up for election this November, the Virginia Public Access Project reports that Democratic candidates outraised Republican candidates nearly two-to-one.

  • House Democrats raised $11,826,701
  • House Republicans raised $6,093,112

View what each candidate raised

The numbers were made easily accessible by the Virginia Public Access Project.

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