If how much money you raise determines the winner, Ken Cheveldayoff would be the new premier of Saskatchewan.
On Friday, the Saskatchewan Party released the campaign financials of the five people vying to replace Brad Wall.
The current premier announced his retirement in August.
Saskatoon MLA Cheveldayoff leads the pack with $177,528 raised.
He is followed by Rostherm-Shellbrook MLA Scott Moe with $138,366, Alanna Koch $132,023, Saskatoon MLA Gord Wyant with $112,181.
Tina Beaudry-Mellor has raised the least with $34,424.
The figures don’t include recent addition Rob Clarke who announced his campaign on Wednesday.
The numbers include the donations from individuals, corporate, trade unions and other organizations.
It also includes individual donations under $250.
None of the candidates attracted any donations from trade unions.
Any other candidate wanting to replace Wall must file papers by Nov. 24.
The new premier is elected by party members on Jan.27.