Republican Brian Dubie raised more money than Democrat Peter Shumlin did in their campaign for Vermont governor, but Shumlin ended up getting more votes.
Campaign finance reports filed Monday show that Dubie raised just under $1.5 million in cash and another $67,000 in non-monetary contributions during his run.
Shumlin, meanwhile, reported about $1.4 million in total cash contributions, including more than $300,000 from himself and his family. He got about $41,000 in non-monetary contributions.
In races for lieutenant governor, secretary of state and auditor, the leading vote-getters also led in fundraising.