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McSally, Roskam Top Swing-Seat Q2 Fundraising

Brian Flynn in NY-19 and Dean Phillips in MN-03 posted the highest challenger totals.

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Ally Mutnick and Danielle Bernstein
July 17, 2017, 11:27 a.m.

Second-quarter fun­drais­ing re­ports were due on Sat­urday. Below are the fun­drais­ing hauls for a selection of open seats and the three dozen or so districts ranked as “Toss Up” or “Lean Demo­crat­ic/Re­pub­lic­an” by Cook Polit­ic­al Re­port.

All numbers cover the period spanning from April 1 to June 30 unless otherwise specified. Only candidates who reported raising $30,000 or more were included in the roundup.

AZ-01: Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D) — $289,000 raised; $107,000 spent; $389,000 CoH. (FEC)
State Sen. Steve Smith (R) — $103,000 raised; $6,000 spent; $97,000 CoH, for the period ranging from May 15 to June 30. (FEC)

AZ-02: Rep. Martha McSally (R) — $1 million raised; $663,000 spent; $987,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former Assistant Secretary of the Army Mary Matiella (D) — $31,000 raised; $600 spent; $31,000 CoH. (FEC)

CA-07: Rep. Ami Bera (D) — $318,000 raised; $72,000 spent; $618,000 CoH. (FEC)

CA-10: Rep. Jeff Denham (R) — $498,000 raised; $86,000 spent; $1 million CoH. (FEC)
Investor Josh Harder (D) — $404,000 raised; $29,000 spent; $375,000 CoH, for a period ranging from April 30 to June 30. (FEC)

CA-25: Rep. Steve Knight (R) — $256,000 raised; $23,000 spent; $433,000 CoH. (FEC)
2016 challenger Bryan Caforio (D) — $223,000 raised, including a $7,000 personal contribution; $47,000 spent; $176,000 CoH. (FEC)
Nonprofit executive Katie Hill (D) — $168,000 raised, including a $3,000 person contribution; $28,000 spent; $173,000 CoH. (FEC)
Volcanologist Jess Phoenix (D) — $77,000 raised, including a $2,000 personal contribution; $25,000 spent; $52,000 CoH. (FEC)

CA-39: Rep. Ed Royce (R) — $460,000 raised; $204,000 spent; $3.1 million CoH. (FEC)
Pediatrician Mai-Khanh Tran (D) — $273,000 raised; $15,000 spent; $258,000 CoH, for the period ranging from Jan. 1 to June 30. (FEC)
Former chem­istry pro­fess­or Phil Janow­icz (D) — $180,000 raised, including a $76,000 personal contribution; $31,000 spent; $149,000 CoH. (FEC)

CA-45: Rep. Mimi Walters (R) — $702,000 raised; $148,000 spent; $1.1 million CoH. (FEC)
Law professor Dave Min (D) — $304,000 raised, including a $5,000 personal contribution; $56,000 spent; $248,000 CoH. (FEC)
Housing bubble whistleblower Katie Porter (D) — $312,000 raised; $53,000 spent; $259,000 CoH. (FEC)

CA-48: Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R) — $286,000 raised; $84,000 spent; $407,000 CoH. (FEC)
Businessman Harley Rouda (D) — $104,000 raised; $126,000 spent; $178,000 CoH. (FEC)
Stem cell biologist Hans Keirstead (D) — $139,000 raised, including a $5,000 personal contribution; $3,000 spent; $135,000 CoH. (FEC)
Architect Laura Oatman (D) — $121,000 raised, including a $9,000 personal contribution; $53,000 spent; $69,000 CoH. (FEC)

CA-49: Rep. Darrell Issa (R) — $455,00 raised; $306,000 spent; $672,000 CoH. (FEC)
Environmental attorney Mike Levin (D) — $334,000 raised, including a $6,000 contribution; $181,000 spent; $416,000 CoH. (FEC)
2016 challenger Doug Applegate (D) — $281,000 raised; $111,000 spent; $263,000 CoH. (FEC)

CO-06: Rep. Mike Coffman (R) — $365,000 raised; $112,000 spent; $506,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former Army Ranger Jason Crow (D) — $300,000 raised, including a $6,000 personal loan; $53,000 spent; $247,000 CoH. (FEC)

FL-07: Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D) — $413,000 raised; $151,000 spent; $519,000 CoH. (FEC)

FL-26: Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R) — $705,000 raised; $232,000 spent; $1.1 million CoH. (FEC)

IL-06: Rep. Peter Roskam (R) — $843,000 raised; $229,000 spent; $1.1 million CoH. (FEC)
Former Naperville school board mem­ber Su­zyn Price (D) — $40,000 raised; $11,000 spent; $29,000 CoH. (FEC)
Attorney Jennifer Zordani (D) — $30,000 raised; $6,000 spent; $24,000 CoH. (FEC)

IL-12: Rep. Mike Bost (R) — $218,000 raised; $78,000 spent; $345,000 CoH. (FEC)

IA-01: Rep. Rod Blum (R) — $200,000 raised; $36,000 spent; $751,000 CoH. (FEC)
State Rep. Abby Finkenauer (D) — $156,000 raised; $36,000 spent; $120,000 CoH. (FEC)

IA-03: Rep. David Young (R) — $222,000 raised; $55,000 spent; $447,000 CoH. (FEC)

KS-03: Rep. Kevin Yoder (R) — $470,000 raised; $97,000 spent; $1.1 million CoH. (FEC)

MN-02: Rep. Jason Lewis (R) — $218,000 raised; $95,000 spent; $402,000 CoH. (FEC)
High school foot­ball coach Jeff Erd­mann (D) — $30,000 raised, including a $3,000 personal contribution; $19,000 spent; $10,000 CoH, for the period ranging from Jan. 1 to June 30. (FEC)

MN-03: Rep. Erik Paulsen (R) — $571,000 raised; $243,000 spent; $986,000 CoH. (FEC)
Businessman Dean Phillips (D) — $534,000 raised, including a $8,000 personal contribution; $101,000 spent; $433,000 CoH. (FEC)
Tonka Bay Councilmember Adam Jennings (D) — $59,000 raised, including a $50,000 personal contribution; $13,000 raised; $46,000 CoH, for the period ranging from March 23 to June 30. (FEC)

MN-08: Rep. Rick Nolan (D) — $192,000 raised; $80,000 spent; $396,000 CoH. (FEC)

NE-02: Rep. Don Bacon (R) — $271,000 raised; $119,000 spent; $340,000 CoH. (FEC)
Nonprofit executive Kara Eastman (D) — $30,000 raised; $17,000 spent; $14,000 CoH. (FEC)

NV-04: Rep. Ruben Kihuen (D) — $235,000 raised; $186,000 spent; $325,000 CoH. (FEC)

NH-01: Rep. Carol Shea-Porter — $154,000 raised; $41,000 spent; $170,000 CoH. (FEC)
State Sen. Andy San­born (R) — $104,000 raised, including a $25,000 personal loan; $104,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former South Hamp­ton Po­lice Chief Ed­die Ed­wards (R) — $123,000 raised; $23,000 spent; $100,000 CoH. (FEC)

NJ-05: Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D) — $841,000 raised; $109,000 spent; $1.4 million CoH. (FEC)

NJ-07: Rep. Leonard Lance (R) — $255,000 raised; $110,000 spent; $351,000 CoH. (FEC)
Bank ex­ec­ut­ive Linda Weber (D) — $122,000 raised, including a $2,000 personal contribution; $37,000 spent; $85,000 CoH. (FEC)
Law­yer Scott Sal­mon (D) — $53,000 raised; $11,000 spent; $42,000 CoH. (FEC)
Teacher Lisa Mandelblatt (D) — $259,000 raised, including a $100,000 personal contribution and a $2,000 personal contribution; $56,000 spent; $203,000 CoH. (FEC)

NJ-11: Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) — $498,000 raised; $306,000 spent; $981,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former Navy helicopter pilot Mikie Sherrill (D) — $246,000 raised, including a $2,000 personal contribution; $51,000 spent; $195,000 CoH. (FEC)

NY-19: Rep. John Faso (R) — $337,000 raised; $111,000 spent; $496,000 CoH. (FEC)At­tor­ney Ant­o­nio Del­gado (D) - $351,000 raised; $59,000 spent; $590,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former gubernatorial aide Gareth Rhodes (D) — $135,000 raised; $10,000 spent; $125,000 CoH. (FEC)
Iraq War veteran Pat Ryan (D) — $213,000 raised; $8,000 spent; $205,000 CoH. (FEC)
Hos­pit­al ex­ecutive Sue Sul­li­van (D) — $55,000 raised; $15,000 spent; $40,000 CoH, for the period ranging from May 17 to June 30. (FEC)
Businessman Brian Flynn (D) — $574,000 raised, including a $500,000 personal loan; $33,000 spent; $716,000 CoH. (FEC)

NY-22: Rep. Claudia Tenney (R) — $305,000 raised; $180,000 spent; $438,000 CoH. (FEC)

PA-06: Rep. Ryan Costello (R) — $502,000 raised; $119,000 spent; $897,000 CoH. (FEC)
Air Force veteran Chrissy Houlahan (D) — $433,000 raised, including a $50,000 personal loan; $49,000 spent; $383,000 CoH, for the period ranging from March 21 to June 30. (FEC)

PA-08: Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R) — $303,000 raised; $66,000 spent; $698,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-07: Rep. John Culberson (R) — $336,000 raised; $106,000 spent; $361,000 CoH. (FEC)
Nonprofit executive Alex Triantaphyllis (D) — $451,000 raised, including a $2,000 personal contribution; $49,000 spent; $402,000 CoH, for the period ranging from May 1 to June 30. (FEC)
Physician Jason Westin (D) — $152,000 raised, including a $6,000 personal contribution; $33,000 spent; $120,000 CoH. (FEC)
Activist Laura Moser (D) — $235,000 raised; $43,000 spent; $192,000 CoH, for the period ranging from April 27 to June 30. (FEC)
Healthcare executive David Balat (R) — $76,000 raised, including a $36,000 personal loan; $27,000 spent; $102,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-23: Rep. Will Hurd (R) — $432,000 raised; $196,000 spent; $736,000 CoH. (FEC)

TX-32: Rep. Pete Sessions (R) — $399,000 raised; $105,000 spent; $903,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former NFL player Collin Allred (D) — $206,000 raised, including a $25,000 personal loan; $57,000 spent; $149,000 CoH, for the period ranging from April 23 to June 30. (FEC)
Former Clinton aide Ed Meier (D) — $344,000 raised; $46,000 spent; $298,000 CoH, for the period ranging from May 1 to June 30. (FEC)

VA-10: Rep. Barbara Comstock (R) — $441,000 raised; $148,000 spent; $722,000 CoH. (FEC)State Sen. Jennifer Wexton (D) - $202,000 raised; $35,000 spent; $167,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion of­fi­cial Lind­sey Dav­is Stover (D) — $307,000 raised; $21,000 spent; $286,000 CoH. (FEC)
Army vet­er­an Daniel Helmer (D) — $247,000 raised; $38,000 spent; $326,000 CoH. (FEC)
Loudon educator Deep Sran (D) — $77,000 raised; $77,000 CoH. (FEC)

OPEN SEATS.

CO-07: State Rep. Brittany Pettersen (D) — $170,000 raised; $48,000 spent; $122,000 CoH. (FEC)
State Sen. Dominick Moreno (D) — $84,000 raised; $8,000 spent; $77,000 CoH. (FEC)

FL-27: Miami-Dade Com­mis­sion­er Bruno Bar­reiro (R) — $176,000 raised; $4,000 spent; $172,000 CoH. (FEC)
Miami Beach Com­mis­sion­er Kristen Rosen Gonza­lez (D) — $184,000 raised; $14,000 spent; $170,000 CoH. (FEC)

ID-01: Former Lt. Gov. David Leroy (R) — $114,000 raised, including a $54,000 personal contribution; $33,000 spent; $81,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former state Sen. Russ Fulcher (R) — $54,000 raised; $1,000 spent; $53,000 CoH. (FEC)

KS-02: State Sen. Steve Fitzger­ald (R) — $101,000 raised; $3,000 spent; $98,000 CoH. (FEC)

MN-01: 2016 challenger Jim Hagedorn (R) — $79,000 raised; $81,000 spent; $194,000 CoH. (FEC)

NM-01: Law pro­fess­or Ant­oinette Se­dillo Lopez (D) — $201,000 raised, including a $8,000 personal contribution; $27,000 spent; $174,000 CoH. (FEC)
Former state party chair Debra Haa­land (D) — $152,000 raised; $20,000 spent; $132,000 CoH. (FEC)
New Mex­ico His­pan­ic Bar As­so­ci­ation Pres­id­ent Dami­an Lara (D) — $87,000 raised, including a $50,000 personal loan; $12,000 spent; $75,000 CoH, for the period ranging from May 30 to June 30. (FEC)

SOUTH DAKOTA AT-LARGE: Former gubernatorial chief of staff Dusty Johnson (R) — $122,000 raised, including a $7,000 personal contribution; $36,000 spent; $289,000 CoH. (FEC)
Secretary of State Shantel Krebs (R) — $131,000 raised; $34,000 spent; $230,000 CoH. (FEC)

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