The Virginia Senate race is neck-and-neck, with and split down the middle, according to a new Washington Post poll. Each candidate has 46 percent, the same as a year ago, the newspaper noted.
Kaine is ahead in fundraising, collecting $7,434,457 to Allen's $6,137,826 as of March 31. Allen is in a primary race with three fellow Republicans, while Kaine has the Democratic field to himself.
Allen leads the race in donations from in-state donors, with 47.8 percent of his donations coming from Virginia. Kaine's in-state donations account for 31.3 percent, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
However donations of less than $200 total $421,434 for Kaine and $130,700 for Allen.
In fundraising, the two trade first-place in donations honors from ZIP code to ZIP code in Northern Virginia.
Here are donations as of March 31, broken down by a sampling of Northern Virginia ZIP codes, courtesy of Virginia Public Access Project and the Center for Responsive Politics:ZIP Code George Allen Tim Kaine Annandale area/22303 $10,100 $12,000 Burke area/22009 and 22015 $14,200 $7,000 Del Ray/22301 $19,550 $18,350 Old Town/22314 and 22320 $52,950 $131,850 Belle Haven/22307 $28,950 $18,800 Fairfax Station/22039 and 20124 $31,750 $8,700 Fort Hunt/22308 $37,450 $22,900 Kingstowne/22315 $1,000 $500 Lorton/22079 $7,000 $250 Mount Vernon/22309 $50,300 $4,499 Rose Hill/22310 $2,250 $950
Allen faces three primary challengers on the ballot June 12. The winner of the primary will face Kaine in the general election, set for Nov. 6.
Editor's note: Information for this article did not include donations of less than $200. Donations of less than $200 total $421,434 for Kaine and $130,700 for Allen.