At the end of the second quarter, it appears incumbent Ted Davis (R) and challenger Marcia Morgan (D) are locked in a tight, very competitive battle for campaign dollars.
According to campaign finance reports filed with the state, Davis has raised $102,036.35 between January 1 and June 30 of this year. For the same period, Morgan reported raising $132,661.51 (including a $50,000 personal loan to her campaign).
Just isolating second quarter totals: Davis took in $15,767.76 while Morgan raked in $29,460.65.
As far as cash-on-hand goes, Davis had $89,202.09 as of June 30. Morgan had $94,505.42.