Ossoff spent 93 53.93.5 million from Oct. 15 to Dec. 16, and ended that period in the bank with $ 17.5 million.
Warnock beat Lofler by a significant margin. Democrats campaigned.3 103.4 million raised and .1 86.1 million spent. He had $ 22.8 million in the bank during the final weeks of the campaign before the dual January 5 election.
Lofler raised $ 64 million, and his fundraising soared during this period although he did not contribute anything to his own fund. Lofler has lent $ 23 million to his campaign for the general election, but has donated only $ 3,333,200 in the past two months. He. He spent $ 48.6 million and ended that period in a $ 21.3 million bank.
All three candidates so far have beaten South Carolina Democrat Jamie Harrison by $ 57.9 million. Raised in the third quarter Of the Year, GOP Sen. In her failed campaign against Lindsay Graham, it was the best fundraising quarter for any Senate candidate at the time.
The fundraising benefit for Democrats has given their candidates a huge advantage in television advertising. According to Ad Impact data, Oshov has already spent $ 67 million on TV since the November election, compared to $ 34 million for Berto. Warnock has spent $ 53 million so far, compared to $ 36 million for Lofler. Both Democrats have booked more for the final two weeks of the race.
But groups outside the GOP a Main margin At the expense of blunting the benefits of democratic campaigns.
The pair of Senate runners-up are set to be one of the most expensive Senate races in the country’s history, considering they are only about two months old. But, due to a bizarre in the campaign financial reporting calendar, the source of the majority of external spending will not be released after the election.
Many outside groups, along with bipartisan senatorial committees, did not have to report their fundraising until the end of January – meaning that the source of the money they had raised by running from late November would not be released until voters were already there. (However, once they have spent, they must report expenses for independent spending, such as advertising or fieldwork.)
However, some groups had to report a complete picture of their funding. Fair Fight, founded by former Democratic candidate Stacy Abrams, has raised $ 22.3 million since November 24-December. 16, including as many as seven donations from labor groups. The fair fight redistributed half of it to other liberal groups working in the election.
Georgia United Victory – a Republican group, Lofler’s husband Jeffrey Sprecher previously paid more than $ 10 million – brought in $ 2.8 million over the same period. Sprecher did not donate this time.