Democrat Anna Caballero had spent about $1 million more than Republican Robert Poythress as of Oct. 20 in the race for State Senate District 12.
The district represents San Benito County, and the two are vying to succeed Republican Anthony Canella in the role. Caballero is the State Assemblywoman who represents San Benito County, while Poythress is a Madera county supervisor and farmer.
As of Oct. 20, Caballero’s campaign had raised $3.37 million and spent $3.51 million, while Poythress had raised $2.59 million and spent $2.5 million. Candidates on Thursday filed figures for the period of Sept. 23-Oct. 20.
Candidates running for office on the Nov. 6 ballot were required to file the final campaign finance documents Thursday before the Nov. 6 election.
Below, see a summary of the latest campaign finance figures in the race, according to the California Secretary of State’s Office. See details on donations and expenditures in Caballero’s race here, or see details on donations and expenditures in the Poythress campaign here.
Contributions this period: $1,647,486.71
Contributions year to date: $3,370,479.90
Expenditures from this period: $1,771,364.07
Expenditures year to date: $3,509,721.20
Ending cash: $173,718.42
Contributions this period: $1,338,015.48
Contributions year to date: $2,586,947.92
Expenditures this period: $1,144,454.87
Expenditures year to date: $2,502,212.90
Ending cash: $294,878.26