Fetterman’s report shows that from July 1 to Sept. 30, his campaign brought in $168,840.35.
He spent $24,916.50 leaving the campaign with $143,923.85 cash on hand. There were no debts or obligations owed to or by the committee. There were also no loans in place.
Thus far, Fetterman has not received any contributions from political action committees. Of his Q3 total, $102,687.71 came in itemized contributions while $63,269.34 were unitemized.
A healthy $32,842.90 actually came from the candidate and other individuals with the last name Fetterman, which shows that the family is definitely all on board.
Additionally, Barbara Hafer, who endorsed Fetterman last month chipped in $1,000.
Most campaigns spend a good portion of their cash on paying staff and buying office supplies.
In Fetterman’s case, though, he entered the race so recently that his staff is still coming together and he doesn’t appear to yet have an office.