Attorney General: Democrat Steve Dettelbach raised $751,408 and has $3.4-million on hand, Republican Dave Yost raised $237,955 and has $3-million on hand.
Auditor: Democrat Zack Space raised $239,331 and has $844,528 on hand, Republican Keith Faber raised $157,156 and has $1-million on hand.
Secretary of State: Democrat Kathleen Clyde raised $338,020 and has $1.52-million on hand, Republican Frank LaRose raised $462,755 and has $1.36-million on hand.
Treasurer: Democrat Rob Richardson raised $468,222 and has $1.08-million on hand, Republican Robert Sprague raised $109,475 and has $362,317 on hand.
Supreme Court: Democrat Michael Donnelly raised $27,203 and has $101,126 on hand, Republican Craig Baldwin raised $65,515 and has $141,477 on hand; Democrat Melody Stewart raised $19,334 and has $82,015 on hand, Degenaro raised $65,000 and has $116,476 on hand.
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A poll from Quinnipiac University released six weeks ago shows the Ohio governor's race is too close to call.
This week, DeWine and Husted won the endorsement of Ohio’s three major business groups: Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Ohio Manufacturers and NFIB Ohio. Also this week, former President Obama endorsed Cordray.
In May, President Trump announced his support for DeWine. The Cedarville Republican said he will attend a rally with the president in Delaware County on Saturday to support GOP congressional candidate Troy Balderson who faces a close race in an Aug. 7 special election.