Harrisburg City Councilman Brad Koplinski was the first candidate to release his report for the month of April, which reveals he raised $28,686. Over $17,000 of that total came in donations totaling more than $250.
Koplinski also received $2,500 from Peter Buttenweiser, a long-time influential Democratic donor from Philadelphia. Additionally, the PA State Correctional Officers Association gave $1000.
Meanwhile, the candidate spent just $23,746 in April, almost half of which ($10,600) went to the creation of yard signs.
Altogether, the City Councilman currently has $33,414 cash on hand.
Other Democratic candidates for Lieutenant Governor include former Congressman Mark Critz, State Rep. Brandon Neuman, Bradford County Commissioner Mark Smith, and State Senator Mike Stack.