CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Candidates for governor in the Mountain State have  been raising money.

The deadline for quarterly campaign finance reports was Friday.

Fundraising numbers don’t necessarily show the favorites in the general election, but they do demonstrate levels of support and the resources that candidates have to promote their campaigns.

For example, current attorney general Patrick Morrisey, who is now running for governor, reported raising $1.3 million in the most recent quarterly fundraising period. Morrisey, a Republican, also reported a loan of $60,000 on his 443-page filing.

Morrisey reported spending of $294,386 so far and had $1,084,305 cash still on hand.

The West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office released each candidates reported numbers, including Eastern Panhandle residents Rashida Yost and S. Marshall Wilson.  You can find the reporting information here.

Candidate Name Party Total Contributions Total Expenditures Funds Balance Source Filings
 
Bradshaw, Terri D. Republican $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 View Source
Caldwell, Quintin “Browwn Clowwn” Independent $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 View Source
Capito, Moore Republican $1,071,999.99 $123,986.00 $948,116.36 View Source
Kolenich, Erika Klie Libertarian $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 View Source
Linko-Looper, Chase G. Mountain $951.89 $185.56 $26.75 View Source
Miller, Christopher Republican $934,512.80 $349,329.79 $3,488,276.88 View Source
Vanover, Edwin Republican $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 View Source
Warner, Andrew “Mac” Republican $324,689.45 $125,313.97 $194,509.61 View Source
Wilson, S. Marshall ACT (America Coming Together) $4,038.59 $1,507.20 $915.85 View Source
Yost, Rashida Republican $11,020.41 $3,427.41 $8,593.00 View Source