Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Attorney General Dana Nessel are in an enviable position with less than three months to go until the Nov. 8 election.
The two Democrats have about 14 times the campaign funds available compared to their Republican opponents.
GOP's Matt DePerno, who is running for general, reported on Tuesday raising $577,258 and having $125,706 still available to spend at the end of the period, The Detroit News reports. Kristina Karamo, an educator running for secretary of state, reported raising $467,373 and having $277,250 still available to spend.
As of Aug. 5, Nessel and Benson combined to have $5.7 million still available, The News reports, adding:
Benson of Detroit reported raising $2.1 million in 2022 and having $3.2 million available to spend. Nessel of Plymouth reported raising $1.5 million and having $2.5 million available