Mark Ouimet raises $230K to Gretchen Driskell's $65K in local state House race
In addition, Ouimet reported more than $30,000 in in-kind contributions in new campaign finance statements that were due Friday.
He has spent more than $155,000, and has about $114,000 in cash on hand as he prepares to defend his seat against Democratic challenger Gretchen Driskell in November.
She filed a late contribution report on Friday noting another $2,000 donation came from the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters PAC.
Ann Arbor resident Adam Zemke, a Democrat seeking the open 55th District seat being vacated by Republican Rick Olson, has raised nearly $37,000 and spent about $23,300.
Harrison has raised a little more than $1,500, plus about $170 in in-kind contributions. She has spent a little more than $1,200.
The winner of the primary goes on to face Republican Owen Diaz. His latest report didn't include any itemized contributions or expenditures, only a $4,000 debt owed.
In the 53rd District race, state Rep. Jeff Irwin, D-Ann Arbor, has raised about $18,700 and spent $12,400. He has nearly $16,000 in cash on hand.
Ann Arbor Democrat Thomas Partridge is waging a long-shot campaign to oust Irwin. He filed a waiver indicating he does not plan to raise or spend more than $1,000.
The winner of the primary goes on to face Republican John Spisak in November. Spisak also filed a waiver indicating he does not plan to raise or spend more than $1,000.
In the 54th District race, state Rep. David Rutledge, D-Superior Township, reported raising nearly $26,000 and spending about $18,600.
He has about $9,300 in cash on hand as he looks ahead to the November election where he faces long-shot Republican candidate Bill Emmerich. The GOP challenger filed a waiver indicating he does not plan to raise or spend more than $1,000.