Year-end fundraising reports for the period spanning Nov. 29 to Dec. 31 were due Tuesday. Here are the cash-on-hand numbers from a selection of incumbents who could face a competitive re-election in 2018.
AZ-01: Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D) - $17,000 CoH (FEC)
AZ-02: Rep. Martha McSally (R) - $342,000 CoH (FEC)
CA-07: Rep. Ami Bera (D) - $133,000 CoH (FEC)
CA-10: Rep. Jeff Denham (R) - $327,000 CoH (FEC)
CA-25: Rep. Steve Knight (R) - $37,000 CoH (FEC)
CA-49: Rep. Darrell Issa (R) - $329,000 CoH (FEC)
CO-06: Rep. Mike Coffman (R) - $17,000 CoH (FEC)
FL-07: Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D) - $12,000 CoH (FEC)
FL-13: Rep. Charlie Crist (D) - $98,000 CoH (FEC)
FL-18: Rep. Brian Mast (R) - $95,000 CoH (FEC)
FL-26: Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R) - $43,000 CoH (FEC)
IL-10: Rep. Brad Schneider (D) - $143,000 CoH (FEC)
IA-01: Rep. Rod Blum (R) - $48,000 CoH (FEC)
IA-02: Rep. Dave Loebsack (D) - $960,000 CoH (FEC)
KS-03: Rep. Kevin Yoder (R) - $435,000 CoH (FEC)
MN-01: Rep. Tim Walz (D) - $42,000 CoH (FEC)
MN-02: Rep. Jason Lewis (R) - $10,000 CoH (FEC)
MN-07: Rep. Collin Peterson (D) - $570,000 CoH (FEC)
MN-08: Rep. Rick Nolan (D) - $181,000 CoH (FEC)
NE-02: Rep. Don Bacon (R) - $31,000 CoH (FEC)
NV-03: Rep. Jacky Rosen (D) - $15,000 CoH (FEC)
NV-04: Rep. Ruben Kihuen (D) - $16,000 CoH (FEC)
NH-01: Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D) - $4,000 CoH (FEC)
NJ-05: Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D) - $79,000 CoH (FEC)
NY-03: Rep Tom Suozzi (D) - $37,000 CoH (FEC)
PA-08: Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R) - $146,000 CoH (FEC)
TX-23: Rep. Will Hurd (R) - $30,000 CoH (FEC)
VA-10: Rep. Barbara Comstock (R) - $49,000 CoH (FEC)
Correction: A prior version of this post incorrectly reported the cash on hand totals of Denham and Coffman. Coffman had $17,000 in his account as of Dec. 31. Denham had $327,000.
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