Johnson finished June with $3.6 million in his personal campaign account, more than his top four Dem rivals’ cash on hand combined.

Johnson reported to the FEC he raised almost $6.2 million through his personal account, including nearly $1.8 million transferred from other committees. He spent more than $6.2 million over the three-month period.

His fundraising hit $7 million with his leadership PAC factored in.

Barnes raised $2.1 million, spent nearly $2.3 million and had almost $1.5 million in the bank.

Lasry reported $7 million in receipts, including $6.5 million he gave the campaign. That pushed his overall personal commitment to his bid to $12.3 million. He spent $6.7 million during the period and had less than $1.3 million cash on hand.

Godlewski raised nearly $1.6 million, including $660,000 she gave her campaign. That took her personal investment in the race to nearly $4 million. She spent $2.7 million during the period and finished with $464,578 in the bank.

And Nelson raised $227,464, spent $535,560 and had $241,666 in the bank.

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