U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, who’s not up for reelection until 2024, had nearly $2 million in the bank to end 2020, according to her latest campaign finance filing.
Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, who’s still weighing whether to seek a third term in 2022, had $559,333 in the bank to end last year.
Baldwin, D-Madison, reported on her year-end report $485,934 in receipts between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 and $287,757 in expenses.
Johnson, R-Oshkosh, reported $131,113 in receipts during the fourth quarter and $17,449 in expenses. He also continued to list $218,851 in debts and obligations, the bulk of that personal money he loaned his campaign.
All eight members of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation filed post-general reports in December that covered activity through late November. None reported significant fundraising activity over the final five weeks of the year.
See Baldwin’s report: