(WHTM) – Democrat John Fetterman and Republican Mehmet Oz are leading the field when it comes to total campaign fundraising in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race.

According to Q1 financial filings with the Federal Election Commission, Fetterman raised $3,100,176.87 in the first three months of 2022, the most among all of the Democrat Senate candidates.

Fetterman also leads all Senate candidates with $15,098,281.49 raised since his campaign began and had $4,161,725.35 cash on hand at the time of reporting.

Conor Lamb, who finished second to Fetterman in a WHTM/Emerson College Polling/The Hill poll released in late March, raised $5.7 million.

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Oz, who received the endorsement of former President Trump after the first-quarter fundraising report deadline, received $2,375,164.64 in the first quarter. He’s received $13,431,080.20 since launching his campaign.

Oz had $2,561,626.37 on hand at the time of his first-quarter filing report.

Dave McCormick, who has been virtually tied with Oz in most polls over the last two months, has raised $11.3 million in his Senate campaign.

Among the active Senate candidates, McCormick raised the most in Q1 with over $4.3 million in donations.

Candidate financial totals
CandidatePartyTotal RaisedTotal Q1 contributionsCash on hand
FETTERMAN, JOHN KARTDEMOCRATIC PARTY$15,098,281.49$3,100,176.87$4,160,390.35
OZ, MEHMET DR.REPUBLICAN PARTY$13,431,080.20$1,706,644.64$2,561,626.37
MCCORMICK, DAVEREPUBLICAN PARTY$11,312,822.23$4,349,600.96$1,757,662.58
LAMB, CONORDEMOCRATIC PARTY$5,740,452.00$1,749,096.46$2,216,631.95
SANDS, CARLA HREPUBLICAN PARTY$4,625,022.26$103,193.13$602,774.23
BARTOS, JEFFREPUBLICAN PARTY$3,429,378.05$118,491.87$2,351,808.41
KENYATTA, MALCOLMDEMOCRATIC PARTY$1,844,861.88$301,173.62$271,038.17
BARNETTE, KATHYREPUBLICAN PARTY$1,585,548.71$356,463.80$260,941.87
BOCHETTO, GEORGEREPUBLICAN PARTY$755,263.00$192,213.00$45,284.54
GALE, SEANREPUBLICAN PARTY$45,146.00$12,438.36$8,806.81

During Q1 nearly $12 million has been donated to the candidates who are on the ballot and still campaigning. Nearly $58 million has been donated to those candidates since their campaigns began.

The totals raised by each current and former Senate candidate since the race began, as well as their cash on hand and disbursements, can be reviewed below.

More than $64 million has been donated in the Senate race.

Candidate financial totals
CandidatePartyTotal receiptsTotal disbursementsCash on hand
FETTERMAN, JOHN KARTDEMOCRATIC PARTY$15,098,281.49$10,936,556.14$4,160,390.35
OZ, MEHMET DR.REPUBLICAN PARTY$13,431,080.20$10,869,453.83$2,561,626.37
MCCORMICK, DAVEREPUBLICAN PARTY$11,312,822.23$9,555,159.65$1,757,662.58
LAMB, CONORDEMOCRATIC PARTY$5,740,452.00$4,357,639.18$2,216,631.95
SANDS, CARLA HREPUBLICAN PARTY$4,625,022.26$4,022,248.03$602,774.23
BARTOS, JEFFREPUBLICAN PARTY$3,429,378.05$1,077,569.64$2,351,808.41
ARKOOSH, VALERIEDEMOCRATIC PARTY$2,798,406.01$2,336,959.82$461,446.19
PARNELL, RICHARD SEANREPUBLICAN PARTY$2,131,951.08$2,153,499.05$181,386.75
KENYATTA, MALCOLMDEMOCRATIC PARTY$1,844,861.88$1,573,823.71$271,038.17
BARNETTE, KATHYREPUBLICAN PARTY$1,585,548.71$1,440,355.84$260,941.87
BOCHETTO, GEORGEREPUBLICAN PARTY$755,263.00$709,978.46$45,284.54
BAUMLIN, KEVIN DR.DEMOCRATIC PARTY$738,367.35$723,560.02$14,807.33
STREET, SHARIFDEMOCRATIC PARTY$426,262.00$371,452.01$56,106.34
ORTS, ERICDEMOCRATIC PARTY$244,949.87$243,958.54$991.33
MCGUIGAN, JOHN DAVIDDEMOCRATIC PARTY$143,762.47$143,741.90$20.57
STERN, EVERETTINDEPENDENT$100,842.30$90,238.84$985.75
GALE, SEANREPUBLICAN PARTY$45,146.00$36,339.19$8,806.81
JEFFRIES, ROBERTREPUBLICAN PARTY$41,887.50$41,887.50$0.00
SNYDER, CRAIGREPUBLICAN PARTY$38,648.00$38,648.00$0.00
VODVARKA, JOSEPH JOHNREPUBLICAN PARTY$26,353.83$26,803.83$0.00
KHALIL, ALEXANDRIA GLORIADEMOCRATIC PARTY$17,151.05$15,431.87$1,719.18
ROSENFELD, MARTINREPUBLICAN PARTY$11,150.76$7,560.46$5,404.45
HAYES, JAMES EDWARDREPUBLICAN PARTY$10,016.29$11,054.13$0.00
XU, DAVIDREPUBLICAN PARTY$1,732.24$1,502.85$1,230.39
CRUZ, ISRAELREPUBLICAN PARTY$648.00$619.46$28.54

In a poll of 1,000 likely Republican Pennsylvania voters prior to the Trump endorsement, McCormick finished first with 17.8%, followed by Oz with 16.6%.

Kathy Barnette finished third with 10.2%, followed by Jeff Bartos at 8.9% and Carla Sands at 7.7%.

George Bochetto received 3.8% and Sean Gale finished with 2.5%. Nearly 33% of voters reported they were undecided.

Nexstar Media Inc. will host an exclusive multi-market prime time debate between the Republican Party candidates for United States Senate from Pennsylvania.

The candidates will debate for one hour on Monday, April 25 at 8 p.m. and will both air and live-stream in 10 markets across Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and Maryland.

All candidates on the ballot who meet eligibility criteria will be invited to participate. Candidates who have committed to attend include Kathy Barnette, Jeff Bartos, Dave McCormick, Mehmet Oz, and Carla Sands.

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In a March poll of 508 Pennsylvania Democrats, Fetterman received 33.4% support followed by Lamb at 10%. Dr. Kevin Baumlin, who has since dropped out, received 9% and Malcolm Kenyatta received 7.6%. Alexandria Khalil rounded out the top five with 2.8%. More than 37% were undecided.

Nexstar Media Inc. will host an exclusive one-hour prime-time Democratic Party Senate debate on Thursday, April 21 at 8 p.m. The debate will also both air and live-stream in 10 markets across Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and Maryland.

All candidates on the ballot who meet eligibility criteria will be invited to participate. Candidates who have committed to attend include John Fetterman, Conor Lamb, and Malcolm Kenyatta.

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