Fundraising reports for the first half of 2012 are due today and some reports have been posted to the GAB website already.
See below for a round-up from some key Senate districts.
Senate District 12
Republican Rep. Tom Tiffany, who's running to replace retiring Dem Jim Holperin in the 12th Senate District, reported more than $100,000 in cash on hand as of June 30. He reported $80,860 in receipts, including $1,269 in loans, and $11,045 in spending.
Susan Sommer, one of the the two Democrats who will be on the Aug. 14 primary ballot, reported $757 cash on hand. Her primary opponent Lisa Theo did not have a report posted at the GAB website as of 3:30 p.m.
La Crosse County Supervisor Bill Feehan, running as a Republican against Dem Jennifer Shilling, reported raising $76,341, spending $54,293 and $22,047 in cash on hand.
Feehan was his own biggest donor, dropping $12,500 into his campaign. Feehan also had several $1,000 donations from people such as Central States Warehouse CEO Cliff Le Cleir, Logistics Health President Don Weber and Richard Walz of Walz cabinet.
Shilling's report was not yet available at the GAB website.
Sen. Luther Olsen, R-Ripon, has raised $5,820 so far, with $3,200 of that money coming from PACs. He has spent $1,967 so far, but still has $11,620 in his campaign account. Of the $3,200 in PAC money, $1,000 came both the School Administrators Alliance and the Northwestern Mutual Life PAC. Another $500 came from Waste Management Employees PAC.
Olsen is being challenged in a GOP primary by David Eiler, who did not have a report posted at the GAB website as of 3:30 p.m.
Dem Dan Olson, who's challenging Republican Sheila Harsdorf, has raised $223, all of which was donated by Olson himself. All of that money was spent, including $114 on robocalls.
Harsdorf's report was not yet available at the GAB website.