If the Saskatchewan Party leadership race was decided by campaign money raised, Ken Cheveldayoff would come out on top.
The Saskatoon MLA raised $276,547 throughout the entire campaign that began in the fall.
The financial breakdown released by the party Tuesday is split into two timelines counting money raised before Oct. 31, 2017 and money raised from then until Dec. 31, 2017.
In the back half of the campaign, Alanna Koch actually raised the most money with $129,122. Her entire fundraising effort puts her one place behind Cheveldayoff with a total of $261, 145.
Through the campaign, Scott Moe raised $225,265, Gord Wyant $220,500 and Tina Beaudry-Mellor raised $50,967.79.
The Saskatchewan Party revealed former candidate Rob Clarke, who was only in the race for just under a month, missed the deadline to disclose finances.
He will face a penalty determined by the electoral officer in accordance with the leadership election rules.
Premier Brad Wall announced his retirement from politics in August. The new leader will be selected in Saskatoon on January 27.