With just one more fundraising quarter to go until the election, time's growing thin for Senate candidates hoping to outpace their opponents.
As reported by Hotline on Call, during the second quarter of the year, Senate Democrats largely out-raised their rivals. Collected here are the latest round of winners and losers —the best- and worst-performing fundraisers — for the upcoming elections.
Republican Sen. Scott Brown's Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, is hands down the cycle's most impressive fundraiser, bringing in $8.6 million this quarter.
But Brown deserves a mention, too. He had the second-largest haul of any Senate candidate this quarter, adding $5 million to his warchest.(AP Photo / Chuck Burton / Liz Lynch)
Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine raised $3 million in Virginia.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Rep. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., raised $2.2 million — more than Republicans Tommy Thompson and Mark Neumann combined — and ended the period with an impressive $3.5 million on hand.(AP Photo/Russel A. Daniels)
Former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey managed a surprisingly strong quarter, raising close to $2 million. His rival, state Sen. Deb Fischer, meanwhile, brought in $1.3 million.(AP Photo/Bill Wolf)
In New Mexico, Democratic Rep. Martin Heinrich nearly tripled his first-quarter output, jumping up from $490,000 to $1.4 million during the second quarter and banking $1.8 million. Not to be outdone, former Republican Rep. Heather Wilson topped Heinrich's mark, hauling in $1.6 million and ending the quarter with comparable money ($1.6 million) in the bank.(AP Photo / Craig Fritz / Jake Schoellkopf)
Former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson raised just $834,000.(AP Photo/Dinesh Ramde)
Former Missouri state Treasurer Sarah Steelman had her best quarter yet, bringing in $240,000 and ending June with $561,000 cash on hand. But that's not saying much.(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
In Maine, Republican nominee Charlie Summers raised just $149,000 and has $119,000 on hand. Democratic nominee Cynthia Dill raised a paltry $66,000, and has about $28,000 cash on hand.(AP Photo / Joel Page / Robert F. Bukaty)
Rep. Connie Mack, R-Fla., brought in $840,000 and ended the period with $1.35 million on hand. That's far below Sen. Bill Nelson's massive $11 million cash-on- hand total.(STEVE CANNON/AP)
In Connecticut, former Republican Rep. Chris Shays raised $531,000. Former Democratic Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz raised just $355,000.
For more on campaign finances, read Hotline on Call.(AP Photo / FILE)