Schrier’s campaign got a boost late last year when she was endorsed by EMILY’s List, a national fundraising powerhouse that helps elect Democratic women who support abortion rights.
She brought in more than $477,000 in the first quarter of 2018, bringing her campaign total to just over $1 million. Her campaign has just over $780,000 in the bank.
She also announced Monday that she would not accept donations from corporate political-action committees (PACs).
Democrat Shannon Hader has raised the second-most campaign cash among Democratic candidates, a total of just over $600,000, with about $515,000 in the bank. But that total is boosted by a $300,000 contribution from the candidate herself.
Hader, a doctor who has worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, listed the $300,000 as a loan, leaving open the possibility that she could be paid back through future fundraising.
“I’m showing my commitment with skin in the game,” Hader said of the $300,000. “I want people to see that I’m all in to win this race.”
Democrat Jason Rittereiser, a former King County deputy prosecutor, has raised nearly $600,000, with more than $400,000 on hand.
Rittereiser also pledged not to take donations from corporate PACs.
Among noteworthy donors to Rossi are the Club for Growth PAC, a major supporter of Republicans nationally, which has given him nearly $36,000, and the PAC for Koch Industries, the Republican mega-donors, which gave Rossi $10,000.
Rossi, Schrier and Rittereiser have all received the vast majority of their support from within Washington. Most of Hader’s support, excluding her own donation to her campaign, has come from out of state.
All the candidates are vying to advance past the Aug. 7 primary. The field has time to shift, as the official candidate-filing deadline does not arrive until May 18.