For the first time in this election cycle, Levar Stoney got out fundraised in the race for Richmond's mayor.
Former Venture Richmond Director Jack Berry took in more than $160,000 in September.
Stoney, former secretary of the Commonwealth, raised more than $127,000 in that same month.
However, how much cash the candidates have on hand starting Oct. 1 may be the most important figure leading up to Election Day.
According to the Virginia Public Access Project, Stoney has the most cash on hand with $199,238.
Berry is close behind with $177,535 left in the bank.
Front runner in several polls, former state Del. Joe Morrissey has a little over $92,027.
City Council member Jon Baliles has $68,681 while City Council president Michelle Mosby sits at $3,646.
Former real estate consultant Bobby Junes has $274.
Architect Lawrence Williams is also running for mayor and has not raised any money.
The election is exactly three weeks away and to win in Richmond a candidate must win five of the nine council districts. If that doesn't happen, the top two vote getters will face off in special election in December.
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