Pennsylvania's incumbent governor raised nearly $5 million for his re-election during the first three months of the year, leaving him with more than $14.7 million in the bank for the election that's now seven months away.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's campaign said Monday he took in $4.96 million between Jan. 1 and March 26.
His campaign says 91 percent of his donations were of $250 or less, and nine out of 10 donors live in Pennsylvania.
Wolf spent more than $32 million, including about $10 million of his own money, in winning the governorship in 2014.