Dem Mandela Barnes pulled in $8.5 million over 19 days, outraising GOP U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson more than 3-to-1 during the pre-election reporting period.

Barnes, the state’s lieutenant governor, reported spending $9.4 million during the period and had $2.55 million in the bank as of Oct. 19.

Johnson raised $2.6 million during the period, spent $3.6 million and had $3.5 million in the bank.

The reports, filed late yesterday, are the final look at fundraising ahead of the Nov. 8 election.

The report comes on the heels of Barnes outraising Johnson $19.5 million-$11.6 million between July 21-Sept. 30.

See Barnes’ report:

See Johnson’s:

Meanwhile, Republican Derrick Van Orden outraised Dem rival Brad Pfaff in the 3rd CD race.

Van Orden, a retired Navy SEAL, raised $291,136, spent $1.2 million and had $554,079 in the bank.

Pfaff, a state senator from Onalaska, raised $229,131, spent $441,164 and had $116,516 in the bank.

See Van Orden’s report:

See Pfaff’s:

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