FUNDRAISING ROUNDUP

McSally Raises $394,000 in 15 Days as Candidates File Pre-General FEC Reports

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Jack Fitzpatrick
Oct. 24, 2014, 7:08 a.m.

Can­did­ates filed their pre-gen­er­al fun­drais­ing re­ports with the FEC last night, cov­er­ing Oct. 1-15. Be­low are the fun­drais­ing totals of can­did­ates in some of the most com­pet­it­ive House races.

AR-02: Busi­ness­man French Hill (R) re­por­ted rais­ing $85,000 and hav­ing $97,000 cash on hand. Former North Little Rock May­or Patrick Henry Hays (D) re­por­ted rais­ing $69,000 and hav­ing $185,000 cash on hand.

AZ-01: Rep. Ann Kirk­patrick (D) re­por­ted rais­ing $220,000 and hav­ing $281,000 cash on hand. State House Speak­er Andy To­bin (R) raised $93,000 and had $196,000 cash on hand.

AZ-02: Rep. Ron Barber (D) raised $149,000 and had $728,000 cash on hand. Re­tired Air Force fight­er pi­lot Martha Mc­Sally (R) raised $394,000 and had $825,000 cash on hand.

CA-07: Rep. Ami Be­ra (D) raised $248,000 and had $346,000 cash on hand. Former Rep. Doug Ose (R) raised $87,000 and had $488,000 cash on hand.

CA-26: Rep. Ju­lia Brown­ley (D) raised $166,000 and had $754,000 cash on hand. State As­sembly­man Jeff Gorell (R) raised $105,000 and had $228,000 cash on hand.

CA-52: Rep. Scott Peters (D) raised $190,000 and had $683,000 cash on hand. Former San Diego City Coun­cil­man Carl De­Maio (R) raised $200,000 and had $481,000.

FL-02: Rep. Steve South­er­land (R) raised $82,000 and had $179,000 cash on hand. At­tor­ney Gwen Gra­ham (D) raised $173,000 and had $184,000 cash on hand.

FL-26: Rep. Joe Gar­cia (D) raised $113,000 and had $437,000 cash on hand. Miami-Dade School Board mem­ber Car­los Cur­belo (R) raised $175,000 and had $377,000 cash on hand.

GA-12: Rep. John Bar­row (D) raised $115,000 and had $445,000 cash on hand. Con­struc­tion com­pany own­er Rick Al­len (R) raised $121,000 and had $362,000 cash on hand.

IA-03: Former con­gres­sion­al aide Dav­id Young (R) raised $117,000 and had $30,000 cash on hand. Former state Sen. Staci Ap­pel (D) raised $133,000 and had $246,000 cash on hand.

IL-10: Rep. Brad Schneider (D) raised $307,000 and had $479,000 cash on hand. Former Rep. Bob Dold (R) raised $160,000 and had $1 mil­lion cash on hand.

IL-12: Rep. Bill En­yart (D) raised $85,000 and had $222,000 cash on hand. State Rep. Mike Bost (R) raised $103,000 and had $81,000 cash on hand.

ME-02: State Sen. Emily Cain (D) raised $152,000 and hand $257,000 cash on hand. Former state treas­urer Bruce Poli­quin (R) $99,000 and had $370,000 cash on hand.

MN-08: Rep. Rick No­lan (D) raised $124,000 and had $279,000 cash on hand. Busi­ness­man Stew­art Mills (R) raised $121,000 and had $197,000 cash on hand.

NE-02: Rep. Lee Terry (R) raised $211,000 and had $216,000 cash on hand. State Sen. Brad Ash­ford (D) raised $141,000 and had $56,000 cash on hand.

NH-01: Rep. Car­ol Shea-Port­er (D) raised $137,000 and had $120,000 cash on hand. Rep. Frank Guinta (R) raised $159,000 and had $381,000 cash on hand.

NY-11: Rep. Mi­chael Grimm (R) raised $8,938 and had $325,000 cash on hand. Former New York City Coun­cil­man Domen­ic Rec­chia (D) raised $101,000 and had $556,000 cash on hand.

WV-03: Rep. Nick Ra­hall (D) raised $85,000 and had $174,000 cash on hand. State Sen. Evan Jen­kins (R) raised $35,000 and had $172,000 cash on hand.

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