Lieberman: $1.3 million ($4.3 million on hand)
Lamont: $1.9 million ($276,976 on hand)
Two pieces of information from this article are very relevant to these numbers. First (boldface mine):
The campaign, which is not accepting Washington lobbyist money, was left with $276,976 on hand at the end of the most recent reporting period that ended June 30.
And the second:
[Lamont] received $829,936 from nearly 15,000 people and contributed $1.1 million himself. (AP)
The fact that Lamont can forego lobbyist money and still raise over $800,000 from supporters is pretty decent. However, it's worth noting that only 30% of Lamont's money comes from Connecticut, and that his campaign warchest will essentially be empty by August 8th if he keeps up this pace.
It'll be interesting to see if Lieberman's breakneck fundraising pace slows down at all now that he's gathering petitions for an independent run. His massive war chest also gives the lie to the idea that Lamont is going to simply buy a Senate seat. He'll have to pony up a lot more dough if he wants to equal what Lieberman has on hand. There is no information as of right now about how much of Lieberman's financial support comes from in state.
No information on how much Alan Schlesinger has raised.
"Lamont raised $1.9M in latest reporting period." Associated Press 15 July, 2006.