State Rep. Raj Goyle, D-Wichita, widened his fundraising lead in the 4th Congressional District race, while businessman Mike Pompeo pulled away from his Republican challengers. According to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission, Goyle received $300,000 in contributions during the first quarter of this year and had 800 itemized donations. He had $817,000 in cash on hand at the end of the quarter. Pompeo had $176,000 in contributions during the quarter, 181 itemized donations and $433,000 in cash on hand. Businessman Wink Hartman had $24,000 in contributions, 29 itemized donations and $35,000 in cash on hand. Hartman loaned $217,000 to his campaign and spent $270,000, the biggest expense being television ads. State Sen. Jean Schodorf, R-Wichita, received nearly $6,900 in contributions, had 10 itemized donations and loaned $22,000 to her campaign. Businessman Jim Anderson received $9,000 in contributions, had 12 itemized donations and loaned his campaign $2,400.