Democratic State Sen. Fran Pavley led in campaign fundraising in recent months against Todd Zink, the GOP challenger for a seat in California's 27th Senate District, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Zink, a deputy district attorney and Westlake Village resident, garnered $76,165 from May 20 to June 30, totaling his campaign checking account at $81,051, according to the Times.
Pavley, , is seeking her second term in the state senate, raised $111,416 during the same time frame, bringing her fundraising total to $832,887.
Despite Pavley's lead, Zink edged out the incumbent in California's June primary by 1,267 votes.
The runoff election is being held on Nov. 6.