Democrat Caroline Fayard continues to raise a little money in a campaign for an unspecified statewide office this fall.

The latest campaign finance report required in advance of the Oct. 22 primary election shows Fayard received $20,770 in contributions between April 16 and July 14.

Fayard’s campaign had $19,452 in cash on hand. She started out the reporting period with $13,380 in her campaign account.

The report of all candidates for statewide office was due Monday to state ethics agency offices. Candidates had until midnight to file.

Fayard, a well-funded political newcomer, came out of nowhere to gain a runoff spot against Republican Jay Dardenne in last year’s special election for lieutenant governor.

Dardenne won.

At the time, Fayard said she would consider another run for political office.

More recently, Fayard said she was eying the secretary of state’s race, where there is no elected incumbent.