The four major gubernatorial candidates continued Friday to take in contributions as they made their pitches to voters before Tuesday's primary elections.
The leading fundraiser, Attorney General Drew Edmondson, reported receiving $16,750 from 22 contributors. That puts his total amount raised so far at $2.64 million.
His Democratic opponent, Lt. Gov. Jari Askins, reported contributions of $14,250, putting her total raised so far at $2.12 million.
U.S. Rep. Mary Fallin, R-Oklahoma City, reported receiving $4,200 in contributions for her gubernatorial campaign. She's raised $2.52 million so far.
Her GOP opponent, state Sen. Randy Brogdon, of Owasso, reported $6,175 in contributions, putting his total so far at $407,779.
The most recent campaign reporting period ended July 12. Candidates now are required to report contributions or loans on a daily basis through Tuesday's primaries.
In other races, the Republican candidates for attorney general continued to report last-minute contributions.
Scott Pruitt reported $6,808 in contributions, putting his total so far at $364,942. Nearly $85,000 of that was receiving since July 12.
Ryan Leonard reported receiving $1,000. He's raised $21,225 since July 12 and $911,984 overall.
Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy continues to receive contributions even though her GOP opponent has said he doesn't plan to spend more than $500 on his campaign. The winner of Tuesday's primary will win the post on the utility-regulating board. Murphy reported $10,000 in contributions, putting her total at $417,810.
State Sen. Todd Lamb, R-Edmond, reported receiving $4,000, including a $1,000 contribution from the Oklahoma Public Employees Association. He's raised $682,468 so far.
Republican John Doak loaned his campaign another $2,000 Friday. He's loaned $33,000 so far. He also raised another $18,000 Friday, putting his overall total raised to $115,630.