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Updated: The Money Game

Anita Kumar

Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe raised $1.8 million in the two-month period ending last week. He has nearly $1.3 million cash on hand as he heads into the last week before next Tuesday's primary.


Brian Moran raised $844,000 in the same period and has $700,000 in the bank. Creigh Deeds, raised $676,326 and has $521,135 in the bank. 

Republican gubernatorial nominee Bob McDonnell raised $3.7-million. He goes into the general election with $4.9 millon cash on hand.

Today is the deadline for candidates to report to the state how much money they raised in the two-month period ending last week. For Democrats, it will give us a good idea of how much money they have to spend on TV ads and-get-out-the-vote efforts as they head into the final week before next Tuesday's primary. For Republicans, it will tell us how much money they have going into the general election.

We will be providing you information as we get them from the candidates, so check back often as the day progresses. See other statewide candidates below:

Lt. Gov Bill Bolling (R), who is running for re-election:
Raised this period: $448,076
Cash on hand: $928,707
Raised to date: $1,769,307

Michael Signer (D), who is running for lieutenant governor:
Raised this period: $141,690
Cash on hand: $183,561
Raised to date: $390,952

Jody Wagner (D), running for lieutenant governor:
Raised this period: $317,440
Cash on hand: $242,595
Raised to date: $1,093,390

State Sen. Ken Cuccinelli II (R-Fairfax), who is the Republican nominee for attorney general:
Raised this period: $116,320
Cash on hand: $134,623
Raised to date: $557,200

Del. Stephen C. Shannon (D-Fairfax), who is unopposed for the Democratic nomination for attorney general
Raised this period: $227,600
Cash on hand: $1,011,338
Raised to date: $1,256,630

Statewide lawmakers and legislators were barred from raising money during the 45-day legislative session in January and February.

By Anita Kumar  |  June 1, 2009; 4:30 PM ET
Categories:  2009 Attorney General's Race , 2009 Governor's Race , 2009 Lieutenant Governor's Race , Anita Kumar , Brian J. Moran , Creigh Deeds , Election 2009 , Robert F. McDonnell , Terry McAuliffe  
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Comments

Despite the DMV, the political candidates can smile? (right)$$$$$$$$

Posted by: peterroach | June 1, 2009 6:27 PM | Report abuse

If money can buy the office, the creepy McAuliffe is your man. Many thanks, Hollywood.

Posted by: Tupac_Goldstein | June 1, 2009 11:20 PM | Report abuse

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