Congressional candidates were required to file their fundraising reports for the first quarter of the year — January through the end of March — last night at midnight. Below are the fundraising figures for candidates in some of the most competitive districts and in upcoming special elections.
AZ-01Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D) raised $312,000 and had $296,000 cash on hand.
AZ-02 Rep. Martha McSally (R) raised $595,000 and had $820,000 cash on hand.
CA-07 Rep. Ami Bera (D) raised $308,000 and had $353,000 cash on hand.
CA-10Rep. Jeff Denham (R) raised $179,000 and had $1.3 million cash on hand.
FL-02Rep. Gwen Graham (D) raised $527,000 and had $507,000 cash on hand.
FL-26Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R) raised $645,000 and had $690,000.
IA-01Rep. Rod Blum(R) raised $119,000 and had $644,000 cash on hand. Cedar Rapids Councilwoman Monica Vernon (D) raised $190,000 and also loaned her campaign $110,000, finishing the quarter with $290,000 cash on hand. Hotel chain owner Ravi Patel (D) raised $540,000 and had $498,000 cash on hand.
IA-03Rep. David Young (R) raised $333,000 and had $351,000 cash on hand.
IL-12Rep. Mike Bost (R) raised $406,000 and had $393,000 cash on hand.
MN-08Rep. Collin Peterson (D) raised $127,500 and had $150,000 cash on hand.
MN-07Rep. Rick Nolan (D) raised $277,000 and had $244,000 cash on hand.
NE-02Rep. Brad Ashford (D) raised $199,000 and had $163,000 cash on hand.
NH-01Rep. Frank Guinta (R) raised $316,000 and had $312,000 cash on hand. Former Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D), who has not said if she’ll run again, raised $1,338 and had $11,481 cash on hand. Test prep business owner Shawn O’Connor (D) loaned his campaign $500,000 and raised another $92,000 since he started fundraising in February.
NV-04Rep. Cresent Hardy (R) raised $292,000 and had $306,000 cash on hand.
NY-01Rep. Lee Zeldin (R) raised $457,000 and had $426,000 cash on hand.
TX-23Rep. Will Hurd (R) raised $510,000 and had $505,000 cash on hand.
MS-01Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert (R) raised $247,000 last quarter and has $161,000 cash on hand. Attorney Chip Mills (R) raised $101,000 and has $85,000 cash on hand. Attorney Henry Ross (R) raised $84,000 and has $81,000 cash on hand. Businessman Boyce Adams (R) raised $78,000.00 and has $63,498.27 cash on hand. Businessman Sam Adcock (R) raised $65,000 and has $154,000 cash on hand. Physician Starner Jones (R) raised $28,000 and has $143,000 cash on hand. State Sen. Nancy Collins (R) raised $13,680 and has $1,780 cash on hand.
Fundraising disclosures from District Attorney Trent Kelly (R), attorney Greg Pirkle (R), attorney Daniel Sparks (R), attorney Quentin Whitwell (R), and businessman Danny Bedwell (L) were not available on the FEC’s site as of Thursday morning.
IL-18State Sen. Darin LaHood (R) raised $212,000 and had $211,000 cash on hand. (Hotline reporting)
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