Hayworth Loans Campaign $500,000; Graham Has Cash Advantage Over Southerland

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July 10, 2014, 7:35 a.m.

AZ-02: Rep. Ron Barber (D) an­nounced that he raised $550,000 in the second quarter of the year, fin­ish­ing with $1.55 mil­lion cash on hand. (re­lease)

Barber’s chal­lenger, re­tired Air Force pi­lot Martha Mc­Sally (R), has not an­nounced her fun­drais­ing fig­ures yet. She had about $847,000 cash on hand at the end of the first quarter.

AZ-09: Rep. Krys­ten Sinema (D) an­nounced that she raised nearly $582,000 in the second quarter, fin­ish­ing with about $1.59 mil­lion. (re­lease)

Sinema’s op­pon­ents have not an­nounced their fun­drais­ing totals. Re­tired Air Force Col. Wendy Ro­gers (R) had nearly $404,000 cash on hand at the end of the first quarter, and former Ari­zona State Uni­versity and NFL quar­ter­back An­drew Wal­ter (R) had less than $42,000 in cash at that time.

FL-02: At­tor­ney Gwen Gra­ham (D) an­nounced that she raised $563,000 in the second quarter, fin­ish­ing with $1.57 mil­lion cash on hand. Gra­ham is chal­len­ging Rep. Steve South­er­land (R), who has not an­nounced his fun­drais­ing fig­ures yet but had $1.18 mil­lion cash on hand at the end of the first quarter. (Roll Call)

MI-01: Rep. Dan Ben­ishek (R) an­nounced that he raised $487,000 in the second quarter and had $942,000 cash on hand — a ma­jor im­prove­ment over the first quarter, when he only raised $145,000. Ben­ishek’s chal­lenger, vet­er­an and former sher­iff Jerry Can­non (D), had $270,000 in cash at the end of the first quarter. (Roll Call)

NJ-02: Rep. Frank Lo­Bi­ondo (R) an­nounced that he raised about $411,000 in the second quarter, fin­ish­ing with $1.5 mil­lion cash on hand. Lo­Bi­ondo’s chal­lenger, at­tor­ney Bill Hughes (D), had $328,000 cash on hand at the end of the first quarter. (Politick­erNJ)

NY-18: Former Rep. Nan Hay­worth (R) an­nounced that she raised $256,000, plus a $500,000 per­son­al loan, in the second quarter. She had $1.07 mil­lion cash on hand at the end of the quarter. Hay­worth is chal­len­ging Rep. Sean Patrick Malo­ney (D), who raised $550,000 and fin­ished the quarter with $1.75 mil­lion. (Roll Call)

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