Gov. Neil Abercrombie has $1 million in cash on hand as he heads into the final month of campaigning ahead of the Aug. 9 primary.
Abercrombie, a Democrat, raised $885,000 between Jan. 1 and June 30 this year.
His total haul in contributions for the current election cycle is $4.3 million.
The governor’s challenger, state Sen. David Ige, raised $242,000 in the past six months and a total of $322,000 for the election cycle.
The campaign has $92,000 in cash on hand.
Neil Abercrombie at his campaign headquarters earlier this year.
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Duke Aiona, the former Republican lieutenant governor, is running again for governor, having lost to Abercrombie in 2010.
His campaign raised $360,902 in the recent reporting period. Aiona, who faces nominal opposition in this year’s GOP primary, has $203,488 in cash on hand.
Mufi Hannemann, the former Honolulu mayor, is running on the Hawaii Independent Party ticket. His campaign raised $159,000 and has $167,842 in cash on hand.
Hannemann, who lost to Abercrombie in the 2010 Democratic gubernatorial primary, has no primary opponent.
Either Abercrombie or Ige will face Aiona and Hannemann in a three-way contest in Nov. 4 general election.
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