(CNN) - The Republican Governors Association raised $16.7 million in the second quarter of the year, out-raising their Democratic counterparts by over $3 million, the groups said on Monday.
The Democratic Governors Association said it brought in $13 million in the second quarter, which includes April, May, and June.
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In the first and second quarters of this year combined, the RGA raised $29 million and the DGA brought in $21 million.
The past quarter included a recall election in Wisconsin which received national attention and spending from both the RGA and DGA.
Neither group reported their cash on hand number, or how much is in their war chest heading towards the fall elections.
Voters will cast ballots this year for governors in eleven states, including three tossups and four trending towards each Republicans and Democrats, according to the non-partisan Cook Political Report ratings.