Monday, May 3, 2010
State Sen. Todd Lamb (R-Edmond) leads the race for Lieutenant Governor when it comes to fundraising. His campaign ended the first quarter with the most cash on hand.
“We are very pleased that the campaign continues to collect contributions from around the state, while also keeping expenses down,” stated Jeff Peters, spokesperson for the campaign.
The Lamb campaign brought in $140,000 in the past quarter, spent $33,000, and has $479,000 of cash on hand. His primary election opponent, State Rep. John Wright (R-Broken Arrow), raised $2,500 and spent $1,600 in the past quarter, for a cash on hand total of $28,000.
The only Democrat candidate at this point, State Sen. Kenneth Corn (D-Poteau), raised $162,000 in the first quarter, but spent $87,000. He had $448,000 on hand at the end of the quarter.