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The post-primary reports give a glimpse into how much money the campaigns spent in the final days of the primaries and how much they have left going into the dog days of summer when fund raising is a major focus.
In the down ticket races, Democrats showed fund raising strength, helping them close the money gap they typically face against their Republican opponents.
Attorney General: Democrat Steve Dettelbach, a former U.S. attorney, raised $695,810, spent $178,016 and has $2.67 million on hand. Republican Dave Yost, who is currently state auditor, raised $245,466, spent $82,355 and has $2.8 million on hand.
Auditor: Democrat Zack Space, a former congressman, raised $271,148, spent $95,993 and has $605,197 on hand. Republican Keith Faber raised $61,508, spent $46,149 and has $785,421 on hand.
Secretary of State: Democrat Kathleen Clyde, a state representative from Kent, raised $378,988, spent $105,268 and has $1.17 million on hand. Republican Frank LaRose, a state senator from Hudson, raised $215,132, spent $163,739 and has $900,329 on hand.
Treasurer: Democrat Rob Richardson of Hamilton County raised $212, 172, spent $171,878 and has $609,421 on hand. Republican Robert Sprague, a state representative from Findlay, raised $366,908, spent $322,945 and has $252,842 on hand.
Supreme Court Justice: Democrats Michael Donnelly raised $48,960, spent $46,131 and has $73,919 on hand and Melody Stewart raised $48,960, spent $18635 and has $62,680 on hand; Republicans Craig Baldwin raised $53,809, spent $26,720 and has $75,962 on hand and Mary Degenaro raised $19,050, spent $13,984 and has $51,476 on hand.