Prince William County Board of Supervisors chairman Corey Stewart, who is seeking the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor, raised $146,204.75 in the first quarter of 2013.
Monday was the deadline for candidates to submit their campaign fundraising totals to the state Board of elections for the period from Jan. 1 to March 31.
Donations came during the first quarter of 2013 came from 265 individuals and businesses, according to the campaign.
"I am extremely honored to have garnered such a wide breadth of support from Virginians," Stewart said. "I firmly believe I bring the intangibles needed to win in November and advance Ken Cuccinelli’s conservative agenda forward in the evenly divided Virginia Senate. I look forward to campaigning over the next month and firming up the support of the many friends and delegates I have met during this campaign.”
Stewart currently has more than $363,000 cash on hand, according to the campaign.
In addition to Stewart, state Sen. Steve Martin of Chesterfield, former Sen. Jeannemarie Devolites Davis of Vienna; Chesapeakeminister E.W. Jackson; Del. Scott Lingamfelter of Prince William; chairwoman of the Stafford County Board of Supervisors Susan Stimpson; and Northern Virginia business owner Pete Snyder are seeking the party's nomination.