Republican presidential hopeful Tim Pawlenty is set to report that he has raised $4.5 million so far and has some $2 million in the bank.
The former Minnesota governor's campaign says it will report about $1.4 million in cash on hand for the primary contest. Another $600,000 will be available only if he wins the GOP nomination.
Those tallies include roughly $160,000 he brought in during the first days of his campaign, before the current April-to-June reporting period began.
Friday is the deadline for presidential contenders to file their second quarter reports with the Federal Election Commission. The reports _ showing their donors, spending and debt _ will be early barometers of each campaign's viability.