Lamont has $600K left for final week
Republican Bob Stefanowski loaned his campaign for governor another $200,000 loan in October, bringing his reimbursable commitment up to $2.85 million with a week to go before Election Day, according to the latest filings with state regulators.
Democrat Ned Lamont, a Greenwich investor, seems to be standing pat with $12.9 million of his personal wealth fully invested in the race. The amount is not reimbursable. Lamont has about $601,000 left in his coffers.
In all, Stefanowski, a consultant and former corporate executive from Madison, has raised $6.16 million, including $1.7 million in October. The filing, made to the State Elections Enforcement Commission late Tuesday night, indicated that he has $184,244 on hand.
Unaffiliated candidate Oz Griebel, a former Hartford business leader, gave himself another $40,000 loan during the month, bringing his loan total to $183,500. But he’s far behind in the money game, having raised only $431,000, with $61,000 left.