Here is Hotline's fundraising chart for the second quarter of 2018, offering a comprehensive look at what was a massively successful quarter for House Democrats. Here are the important top lines for the period, which spanned from April 1 to June 30:
We found 56 GOP incumbents who were outraised by a Democratic challenger in Q2. The full list: Reps. Jeff Denham (CA-10), Steve Knight (CA-25), Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48), Mike Coffman (CO-06), Mike Bost (IL-12), Rod Blum (IA-01), Andy Barr (KY-06), Bruce Poliquin (ME-02), Mike Bishop (MI-08), Jason Lewis (MN-02), Leonard Lance (NJ-07), John Faso (NY-19), Claudia Tenney (NY-22), Keith Rothfus (PA-17), John Culberson (TX-07), Pete Sessions (TX-32), Dave Brat (VA-07), Mimi Walters (CA-45), Rodney Davis (IL-13), Randy Hultgren (IL-14), David Young (IA-03), Tom MacArthur (NJ-03), Ted Budd (NC-13), Steve Chabot (OH-01), Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01), Will Hurd (TX-23), Scott Taylor (VA-02), Tom McClintock (CA-04), David Valadao (CA-21), Rob Woodall (GA-07), Jackie Walorski (IN-02), Tim Walberg (MI-07), Ann Wagner (MO-02), Lee Zeldin (NY-01), Dan Donovan (NY-11), Steve Stivers (OH-15), Scott Perry (PA-10), John Carter (TX-31), Glenn Grothman (WI-06), Mo Brooks (AL-05), Paul Gosar (AZ-04), Debbie Lesko (AZ-08), Doug LaMalfa (CA-01), Duncan Hunter (CA-50), Ken Buck (CO-04), Bill Posey (FL-08), Francis Rooney (FL-19), Trey Hollingsworth (IN-09), Steve King (IA-04), Chris Smith (NJ-04), Pete King (NY-02), Bob Gibbs (OH-07), Ralph Norman (SC-05), Scott DesJarlais (TN-04), Pete Olson (TX-22), and Roger Williams (TX-25). Rep. Don Young (R-ALASKA AT-LARGE) was outraised by his independent challenger.
Only a few Democratic incumbents were outraised by a Republican challenger: Reps. Matt Cartwright (PA-08), John Yarmuth (KY-03), and Bill Keating (MA-09). Rep. Chellie Pingree (ME-01) was outraised by an independent challenger.
Meanwhile, 16 GOP incumbents trailed a Democratic challenger in cash on hand as of June 30: Reps. Mia Love (UT-04), and Lloyd Smucker (PA-11), King, Rohrabacher, Rothfus, Bishop, Lewis, Lance, Tenney, MacArthur, Budd, Fitzpatrick, Donovan, Carter, Lesko, and Grothman.
And 22 Democratic candidates raised more than $1 million during Q2: Josh Harder in CA-10, Andrew Janz in CA-22, Katie Hill in CA-25, Gil Cisneros in CA-39, Katie Porter in CA-45, Harley Rouda in CA-48, Mike Levin in CA-49, Jason Crow in CO-06, Amy McGrath in KY-06, David Trone in MD-06, Elissa Slotkin in MI-08, Angie Craig in MN-02, Andy Kim in NJ-03, Tom Malinowski in NJ-07, Mikie Sherrill in NJ-11, Scott Wallace in PA-01, Lizzie Pannill Fletcher in TX-07, Gina Ortiz Jones in TX-23, MJ Hegar in TX-31, Colin Allred in TX-32, Jennifer Wexton in VA-10, and Randy Bryce in WI-01.
Democrats are also dominating fundraising in open seats. A Democratic candidate was the top fundraiser in 22 of the 25 open seats deemed competitive by the Cook Political Report: CA-39, MI-11, MN-01, AZ-02, CA-49, FL-27, NV-03, NH-01, NJ-11, KS-02, NM-02, VA-05, WV-03, WI-01, NV-04, NJ-02, PA-06, FL-06, FL-15, NC-09, SC-01, and TX-21. Republican candidates lead the field in MN-08, WA-08, and PA-14.
Check out our full chart below. The set-up mirrors our first-quarter fundraising chart, and is organized by the Cook Political Report's current House race ratings. A district number highlighted in yellow indicates an outraised incumbent. Three asterisks indicates a challenger has more cash on hand than the incumbent.