Figures released Friday by the Saskatchewan Party shows Ken Cheveldayoff has raised more cash than the other 5 candidates in the race.
The numbers show the Saskatoon MLA as of October 31 has raised over 165-thousand dollars in individual and corporate donations. Scott Moe is next at just under 129-thousand dollars.
Alanna Koch is reporting donations of just over 124-thousand dollars, Gord Wyant has raised 106 and a half thousand dollars with Tina Beaudry-Mellor raising just 32 and a half thousand dollars.
The newest candidate in the race is Rob Clarke. He filed his nomination papers after the disclosure deadline which means he doesn’t have to report his campaign finances until mid-January.
The Saskatchewan Party elects a new leader and Premier in Saskatoon on January 27.
According to the rules set out by the party, no leadership candidate can spend more than 250-thousand dollars on their campaign.