Democrat Gary Peters and Republican Terri Lynn Land are continuing to raise millions of dollars for their U.S. Senate campaigns in Michigan.
Peters on Tuesday says he raised between $1.3 million and $1.4 million in the first three months of the year. Land last week reported taking in $1.5 million, including $100,000 of her own money.
Neither candidate disclosed how much they spent in the first quarter or how much cash they have on hand. Detailed reports were due Monday.
Peters, a third-term congressman from suburban Detroit, says he's raised $4.8 million overall. Land, a former Michigan secretary of state, says she's collected $5 million, including $1.7 million she gave to her campaign.
Peters and Land are in a tight race to succeed retiring Democratic Sen. Carl Levin.