His chief Democratic fundraising rival is Jon Ossoff, a former 6th District candidate who raised about $1 million over the last three months, and has $1.5 million in his campaign coffers.
The other two Democratic rivals lagged behind. Teresa Tomlinson collected about $530,000 over the three-month period and has $320,000 in hand. And Sarah Riggs Amico raised $140,000 and pumped another $365,000 into her campaign. She's got nearly $500,000 in her warchest.
All three candidates burned through their money at a high rate. Ossoff reported spending about 80% of the cash he collected over the last quarter. And Amico and Tomlinson spent roughly as much as they amassed over the last three months.
In Georgia’s other Senate race, Republican incumbent Kelly Loeffler made good on her promise to dip into her piggy bank to jumpstart her campaign. She pumped $5 million of her own cash into her campaign, and ended the quarter with about $5.4 million in her account.
Overall, she’s pledged to spend at least $20 million to defend the seat, though she plans to inject the money into her campaign in installments.
Her two main opponents – Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Collins – don't have to file disclosures because they entered the race this week. Another contender, Democrat Matt Lieberman, raised more than $700,000 and has about $370,000 in his warchest. .
U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath ended the year with the heftiest Democratic campaign bank account. She took in nearly $1 million in the fourth quarter and ended the year with about $2 million in her coffers.
That surpassed her Republican rival, former Rep. Karen Handel, who raised $300,000 over the same period and has about $830,000 in cash on hand.
In the wide-open race for Georgia’s 7th District, Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux reported about $860,000 in the bank – the most of any candidate racing to succeed retiring Rep. Rob Woodall.
See more details here: A final tally: How much cash Georgia candidates raised in 2019