Mike Campbell, the son of the late Gov. Carroll Campbell running as a Republican for lieutenant governor, raised $38,122 since April and had $22,062 on hand, according to state campaign filing.
The Columbia businessman outraised only one of the four GOP challengers for the state's No. 2 seat. He ran for lieutenant governor unsuccessfully in 2006, losing in a runoff to incumbent Andre Bauer.
Charleston developer Pat McKinney raised $109,068 since April 1 and had $201,638 on hand for the June 10 primary. The political newcomer has raised $832,218, including a $245,000 loan, since entering the race last summer.
Former state attorney general Henry McMaster, a former GOP state party chairman who ran unsuccessfully for governor in 2010, raised $225,420 since April and had $102,848 on hand.
Columbia pastor Ray Moore gathered $22,450 in the past two months and had $6,653 on hand.
Campbell, McMaster and Moore entered the race in March -- months after McKinney.
The lieutenant governor presides over the state Senate and oversees the state Office on Aging, but the five major-party candidates also have talked about other major issues — especially in economic development — usually handled by the governor.
The winner of the GOP primary will face Democratic state Rep. Bakari Sellers in November’s general election.
Republican Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell, a former state Senate leader, chose not run for the office, which he took over after Ken Ard’s resignation in 2012. McConnell will become president of the College of Charleston on July 1.