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.

Stewart is one of seven candidates hopping to get the Republican nomination. The nominee will be chosen at the Republican Party of Virginia's state convention in Richmond on May 18.

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.