The first reports showing who's giving money — and how much — to prospective candidates for governor in Pennsylvania are trickling in ahead of the state's first deadline.
Friday's deadline applies to Gov. Tom Corbett and the eight Democrats who want the party's nomination to challenge him in the November election.
Corbett, a Republican, and several others had yet to release their reports for 2013.
Democrat Tom Wolf, a York businessman, gave $10 million of his own money on his way to raising more than $13 million. That includes $1 million from Tim Grumbacher, chairman of the Bon-Ton Stores.
Democrat Allyson Schwartz is reporting raising just over $6.5 million.
That includes $3.4 million from her congressional campaign account.
Democrat Katie McGinty reported raising nearly $2.4 million. She also loaned herself $235,000.