Contributions to Consumers for Smart Solar fizzled out in July.
State records show the fundraising committee — which is backing the solar-energy ballot initiative — received no contributions between July 2 and July 15. The two-week period marks the two most recent fundraising periods. The group has raised more than $16 million since July 2015.
The group spent $615 between July 9 and July 15. All told, the committee has spent more than $13.8 million.
Consumers for Smart Solar ended the most recent fundraising period with nearly $2.2 million cash on hand.
The amendment, which is supported by the state’s major electric companies, is on the November ballot. It needs 60 percent support to become law.