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Third-Quarter Fundraising Reports for Senate

July 1 to Sept. 30

Raised Spent Cash on Hand
Arizona
Don Bivens (D) $345,000 $60,000 $285,000
Wil Cardon (D) 1,207,000 72,000 1,135,000
Jeff Flake (R) 556,000 242,000 2,317,000
California
Dianne Feinstein (D) 5,785,000 4,816,000 5,981,000
Connecticut
Susan Bysiewicz (D) 322,000 198,000 844,000
Christopher Murphy (D) 650,000 231,000 2,029,000
William Tong (D) 152,000 314,000 363,000
Linda McMahon (R) 348,000 357,000 103,000
Delaware
Tom Carper (D) 344,000 122,000 1,785,000
Florida
Bill Nelson (D) 1,969,000 511,000 7,154,000
Adam Hasner (R) 535,000 N/A 786,000
George LeMieux (R) 403,000 220,000 1,023,000
Mike McCalister (R) 81,000 17,000 76,000
Craig Miller (R) 226,000 81,000 145,000
Hawaii
Ed Case (D) 136,000 49,000 272,000
Mazie Hirono (D) 302,000 125,000 722,000
Indiana
Joe Donnelly (D) 355,000 167,000 874,000
Dick Lugar (R) 842,000 584,000 3,804,000
Richard Mourdock (R) 439,000 351,000 302,000
Maine
Scott D'Amboise (R) 223,000 152,000 182,000
Olympia Snowe (R) 792,000 321,000 3,218,000
Maryland
Benjamin Cardin (D) 708,000 230,000 2,319,000
Daniel Bongino (R) 53,000 28,000 31,000
Massachusetts
Tom Conroy (D) 57,000 57,000 51,000
Alan Khazei (D) 367,000 243,000 751,000
Elizabeth Warren (D) 3,155,000 119,000 3,036,000
Scott Brown (R) 1,586,000 677,000 10,537,000
Michigan
Debbie Stabenow (D) 1,235,000 327,000 4,977,000
Clark Durant (R) 759,000 57,000 702,000
Pete Hoekstra (R) 1,018,000 70,000 948,000
Minnesota
Amy Klobuchar (D) 1,021,000 305,000 4,052,000
Dan Severson (R) 39,000 15,000 28,000
Mississippi
Roger Wicker (R) 628,000 103,000 2,026,000
Missouri
Claire McCaskill (D) 1,219,000 340,000 3,721,000
Todd Akin (R) 285,000 221,000 1,248,000
Sarah Steelman (R) 496,000 115,000 562,000
Montana
Jon Tester (D) 1,169,000 375,000 3,129,000
Denny Rehberg (R) 695,000 392,000 1,803,000
Nebraska
Ben Nelson (D) 443,000 253,000 3,108,000
Jon Bruning (R) 587,000 256,000 1,596,000
Deb Fischer (R) 229,000 23,000 206,000
Don Stenberg (R) 53,000 51,000 18,000
Nevada
Shelley Berkley (D) 1,211,000 503,000 3,185,000
Dean Heller (R) 674,000 171,000 2,776,000
New Jersey
Bob Menendez (D) 1,710,000 261,000 6,901,000
New Mexico
Hector Balderas (D) 252,000 158,000 466,000
Martin Heinrich (D) 654,000 229,000 1,133,000
John Sanchez (R) 164,000 162,000 249,000
Greg Sowards (R) 231,000 60,000 497,000
Heather Wilson (R) 532,000 184,000 953,000
New York
Kirsten Gillibrand (D) 2,034,000 720,000 7,154,000
George Maragos (R) 10,000 12,000 98,000
North Dakota
Rick Berg (R) 720,000 172,000 1,005,000
Duane Sand (R) 112,000 116,000 64,000
Ohio
Sherrod Brown (D) 1,259,000 569,000 4,191,000
Josh Mandel (R) 1,501,000 407,000 3,257,000
Pennsylvania
Bob Casey (D) 1,003,000 401,000 3,747,000
David Christian (R) 53,000 600 53,000
Marc Scaringi (R) 26,000 31,000 700
Tom Smith (R) 874,000 101,000 774,000
John Vernon (R) 136,000 84,000 52,000
Rhode Island
Sheldon Whitehouse (D) 557,000 206,000 2,593,000
Barry Hinkley (R) 165,000 74,000 149,000
Tennessee
Bob Corker (R) 1,410,000 147,000 6,577,000
Texas
Ricardo Sanchez (D) 83,000 113,000 119,000
Ted Cruz (R) 1,064,000 227,000 2,422,000
David Dewhurst (R) 4,654,000 481,000 4,173,000
Elizabeth Ames Jones (R) 235,000 203,000 304,000
Tom Leppert (R) 1,144,000 374,000 4,171,000
Utah
Jim Matheson (D) 165,000 49,000 518,000
Orrin Hatch (R) 1,612,000 1,039,000 4,001,000
Vermont
Bernie Sanders (I) 913,000 194,000 2,348,000
Virginia
Tim Kaine (D) 1,293,000 620,000 2,549,000
George Allen (R) 903,000 754,000 1,798,000
Tim Donner (R) 133,000 68,000 156,000
Jamie Radtke (R) N/A N/A N/A
Washington
Maria Cantwell (D) 1,341,000 450,000 3,137,000
West Virginia
Joe Manchin (D) 526,000 139,000 1,666,000
Wisconsin
Tammy Baldwin (D) 739,000 322,000 1,532,000
Mark Neumann (R) 308,000 20,000 282,000
Wyoming
John Barrasso (R) 309,000 128,000 2,102,000

Numbers have been rounded and incumbents are bolded. List includes Senators running for re-election in 2012, declared candidates who raised money in the third quarter and possible candidates.

Source: Federal Election Commission and National Journal’s Hotline