Tuesday was the deadline for state candidates to file their first campaign finance reports since shortly after the April primary.
Kane, a former Lackawanna County prosecutor, says she raised nearly $1.5 million since the primary and had $1.2 million on hand as of Sept. 17. Kane's husband gave and loaned most of the more than $2 million she spent in the contested primary, but she says all the post-primary money came from supporters outside her family.
Freed, the Cumberland County district attorney, was unopposed in the GOP primary.
Freed's campaign says he has raised more than $1.4 million since launching his campaign and reported more than $1 million on hand.
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