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April 25, 2014

Second-Quarter Fundraising Roundup

Second quarter fundraising hauls trickled in all week and offer insight into the health of a handful of House and Senate campaigns.

The fundraising deadline was June 30. The reporting deadline is July 15. Here is what we know so far:

Senate

  • #TNSEN: Lamar Alexander raised around $2 million.
  • #IASEN: Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley raised $1.5 million and has $2 million in cash on hand, according to the The Des Moines Register.
  • #VASEN: Democratic Sen. Mark Warner raised $1.4 million and has $5.3 million in cash on hand, according to a press release.
  • #MNSEN: Republican finance executive Mike McFadden raised $700,000 in his first quarter, according to a press release. Of that, $10,400 came from individual contributions from him and his wife.
  • #COSEN: Sen. Mark Udall raised $1.3 million and has $3.4 million in cash on hand, according to the The Denver Post.
See the House numbers after the jump.
House
  • #WV02: Former West Virginia Democratic Chairman Nick Casey raised “nearly a half million dollars,” but $300,000 came from personal funds. He has $420,000 in cash on hand.
  • #AZ09: Freshman Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema raised an estimated $400,000 and has $550,000 in cash on hand.
  • Butteblack

    The repeal of the 17th amendment would solve 99% of the need for whores (senators) to continuously beg for donations (bribes). How many times do you hear senators (whores) complain about always having to have fund (bribes) raisers instead of working for the people. If one really thinks about it, we really don’t need the senate anymore since they no longer function as the founders envisioned. Repeal the 17th.

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