Campaign finance reports filed Friday show both candidates spent more money than they took in during the five-week reporting period that ended Monday. Most of the money was spent on media buys.
Kane, a former Lackawanna County prosecutor who has relied mostly on her husband's wealth to finance her campaign, had $633,000 in the bank after spending $1.4 million.
Murphy, a former two-term congressman and former Army lawyer from Bucks County, had $415,000 on hand after $1.2 million in expenditures.
The winner of the April 24 primary will take on Cumberland County District Attorney David Freed, who is unopposed for the Republican nomination.
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