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Saturday, October 14, 2006

Son of 3Q Fundraising Reports Open Thread

Posted by DavidNYC

Come on, feel the noise:

District Candidate Party 3Q Raised CoH
CA-50 Brian Bilbray R 350 195
GA-08 Mac Collins R 295 502
GA-12 Max Burns R 632 604
IA-02 Jim Leach R 71 177
IL-11 John Pavich D 58 13
IN-09 Mike Sodrel R 431 1,100
KY-03 Anne Northup R 564 1,500
NM-01 Heather Wilson R 1,000 1,400
NV-03 Jon Porter R 412 189
NY-26 Tom Reynolds R 658 1,900
OH-06 Charlie Wilson D 368 462
OH-12 Bob Shamansky D 105 602
PA-04 Melissa Hart R 475 1,100
PA-08 Mike Fitzpatrick R 385 446
TX-14 Ron Paul R 332 365
VT-AL Martha Rainville R 289 239
VT-AL Peter Welch D 436 522
WI-08 Steve Kagen D 150 146

All numbers are in thousands. If the "3Q Raised" number is in boldface, it means I combined a pre-primary report with the actual 3Q report to give a full picture of the quarter. Also, these numbers do not include loans made by the candidate. A couple of guys have lent their campaigns a lot of money - especially Steve Kagen and Bob Shamansky.

If you have any more numbers, please post them in comments (with links if you've got `em). Earlier numbers are available here and here.

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In AZ-05, Rep incumbent Hayworth announced CoH of $1.35 million and that he had raised $500,000 since the August primary.

Posted by: hilltopper [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 14, 2006 05:23 PM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment

Wow!! Tessa Hafen (Dem challenger for NV-03) has more CoH than Jon Porter. How is he going to fund all of those scumbag attack ads now?

Hafen CoH: 456k
Porter CoH: 189k

Hafen's latest ad

Posted by: mbcarl [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 15, 2006 05:29 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment

Its worth noting that Leach is IA-02, not OH-02.

To comment briefly on this race....

This race is an interesting one for those of us living in the district. Leach is one of those incumbents who doesn't feel the need to seriously campaign any more, and his opponent, Dave Loebsack, has been pretty active. Until a week ago, I hadn't seen even a single Leach sign, while I've seen dozens from Loebsack.

On the other hand, the Dems gave it all they could in 2002, and (perhaps due to a frankly pathetic nominee) still couldn't pick it up. Everyone who seriously follows politics in Iowa that I know was stunned by the Opinion Dynamics poll showing the race as competitive.

Loebsack doesn't have the cash or credibility that Thomas did in '02, but is clearly a stronger candidate.

On balance, if a true "democratic wave" materializes, this could be an extra seat we could tack onto a big democratic majority, but don't count on it if the Democrats aren't doing extremely well elsewhere.

Posted by: iowaptix [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 15, 2006 03:28 PM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment

Ain't got no time for a proper update, so...

WA-08: Burner raised $470k from August 31 through Sept. 30: http://query.nictusa.com/cgi-bin/dcdev/forms/C00412478/243846/
$780 CoH; $1.886m total raised

CA-50: Busby raised $279k and has $325k CoH. The NRCC is actually spending money here again (on shit like robocalls and direct mail), which is pretty stunning to me:

IL-14: Laesh raised just under $40k, $14k CoH. Too bad we didn't get someone of Richard Morrison's calibre here, but oh well.

TX-21: Courage raised $88k, $88k CoH: http://query.nictusa.com/cgi-bin/dcdev/forms/C00413286/243831/

WY-AL: Lex Luthor raised $255k; $333k CoH ($690k total raised)

Posted by: James L. [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 16, 2006 02:58 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment


Wolf (R): $1311k total, $430k 3Q, $880k CoH
Feder (D): $1071k total, $465k 3Q, $637k CoH

So Feder beat Wolf in fundraising for the third quarter.

Posted by: KCinDC [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 16, 2006 10:13 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment