Breakdown of Money Spent Year-to-Date by Statewide Candidates

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Incumbent Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon (R)

SPENT: $633,800

IN-STATE: $72,000

LOANS: $10,000 – outside loans

Insurance commissioner candidate Donald Hodge (D)

SPENT: $6,069

IN-STATE: $5,747

LOANS: $80,000 – personal

Incumbent Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain (R)

SPENT: $126,700

IN-STATE: $91,451

LOANS: $251,000 – personal

Incumbent Secretary of State Tom Schedler (R)

SPENT: $143,719

IN-STATE: $143,587

LOANS: $350,000 – personal

Secretary of state candidate Jim Tucker (R)

SPENT: $229,005

IN-STATE: $217,393

LOANS: $500,000 – personal

Incumbent Lieutenant Gov. Jay Dardenne (R)

SPENT: $533,528

IN-STATE: $444,467

Lieutenant governor candidate Billy Nungesser (R)

SPENT: $1.4 million

IN-STATE: $1.2 million

LOANS: $1.2 million – personal

Incumbent Gov. Bobby Jindal (R)

SPENT: $5.8 million

IN-STATE: $3.1 million

Governor candidate Tara Hollis (D)

SPENT: $37,113

IN-STATE: $19,131

LOANS: $3,550 – outside loans

SOURCE: Louisiana Ethics Administration, based on zip codes and descriptions offered by the campaigns in their reports from Jan. 1, 2011, to Oct. 15, 2011.