The Democrats’ 30-year-old candidate for lieutenent governor took in about $8,000 over the last month, bringing her haul for the cycle to about $15,000.
Gekas said she has an additional $27,000 or so in pledges, and that she expects the war chest grow at a faster clip after the passage of an Aug. 28 primary that has commanded most of Democrats’ attention this summer.
Gekas said she’ll be bringing on a paid fundraiser next week, which should also help bring in the dollars she’ll need to get her name in front of Vermonters. No word yet on Phil Scott’s latest numbers. The Republican incumbent had taken in about $31,000 as of mid-July.