Wolf’s campaign manager Jeff Sheridan told the Associated Press the campaign had $11.1 million at the end of the year.
Unlike in 2014, Wolf did not donate any money to his campaign during the current cycle. In 2014, Wolf took out a personal loan to donate $10 million to his campaign. During that cycle, Wolf spent $32 million.
Wolf is not expected to have a challenger in the Democratic primary, which will allow him to continue to build up a war chest while the four Republicans running will be spending money to win the primary.