MADISON, Wis. (AP) — New campaign finance reports show Republican Scott Walker’s gubernatorial campaign finished 2015 with a little more than $20,257 in the bank.
Walker’s campaign released reports Friday that show the governor raised $6.4 million during the past year. He spent almost $6.7 million to finish with $20,257 on hand.
Walker does not face re-election until 2018. He has not declared his candidacy but has hinted he plans to run for a third term.
The governor spent much of the last year campaigning for the GOP presidential nomination. He dropped out of the race in September, leaving his candidate committee with a debt of more than $1 million as of October.
His federal campaign finance reports aren’t due until Jan. 31.