Most of his money came from fundraisers held at Berry Hills Country Club and at private residences in Charleston and Washington, D.C.
Fellow Republican newcomer Suzette Raines has raised $21,141 since the primary, bringing her year-to-date total contributions to $60,715.
Raines has spent nearly $50,700 so far, with most spent on the primary campaign. She has about $23,420 on hand.
Republican Fred Joseph has raised less than the other GOP candidates, with year-to-date contributions of just under $10,000. He has $4,575 on hand.
Morris, a former state tax commissioner, has led the fundraising on the Democratic side of the race with $63,207 worth of contributions so far this year. He spent much of that in the primary and has about $10,722 on hand.
Skaff has raised $55,156 so far this year, with many contributions coming earlier in the year. He has spent about $28,670 so far and has the highest balance of any of the Democratic candidates.
Hatfield has raised $10,700 in recent months, bringing year-to-date contributions to nearly $28,600. She has $12,354 on hand.
Brown has $18,298 remaining after raising $41,548 so far this year and spending $23,257.
The campaign expenditures so far have been mostly for billboard and newspaper advertising. The candidates had yet to list any significant radio or television ad spending so far during the general election campaign period.
Contact writer Jared Hunt at jared.h...@dailymail.com or 304-348-5148.