Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer pulled in $866,030 over the last six weeks, pushing her total raised for the campaign to $1.7 million.
Neubauer had $615,436 in the bank as of March 18 for the final push in her race with fellow Appeals Court Judge Brian Hagedorn.
A copy of Neubauer’s cover sheet for the pre-election period shows she spent $966,182 between Feb. 5 and March 18. She also continued to list a $250,000 personal loan she gave the campaign.
Fundraising reports for the pre-election period are due today. Hagedorn’s campaign hadn’t yet released his latest numbers.
Neubauer has raised significantly more than Justice Rebecca Dallet did at the same point a year ago as she won an open seat on the court. The then-Milwaukee County judge had raised just more than $1 million through the pre-election period ahead of her win over Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock. He had raised just less than $800,000 for his campaign to that point.