New campaign finance reports are in. Together the two Republican candidates to be South Dakota’s next governor have spent nearly $3.3 million on the race.
Here’s a look at the totals:
Kristi Noem has spent more than $1.7 million on her bid for governor. A majority of that is on advertising and consulting.
Marty Jackley has spent a little less, just over $1.5 million on his campaign.
The race isn’t over yet. The candidates still have more than $1 million to spend before the election.
Noem has about a million dollars left in her coffers. Jackley has a half million left.
You’re going to have a chance to hear from the two candidates on Thursday during a live one hour debate. Watch at 7 p.m. (CT) on KELO-TV.