So far, Elizabeth Warren brought in the biggest haul in the months of April, May and June. Check back for rolling updates from other candidates as they’re announced.
More than a year out from the midterm elections, incumbent senators and some challengers are announcing their fundraising hauls for the second quarter of the year. See below for the laters:
Elizabeth Warren (D-MA): The Massachusetts firebrand (with potential 2020 ambitions) raised $3.45 million the second quarter of the year. She has a whopping $11.03 million on hand.
Claire McCaskill (D-MO): The embattled incumbent raised $3.1 million in Q2 of 2017 and finished the reporting period with more than $5.1 million on hand.
Bob Casey (D-PA): The two-term senator and son of the state’s former governor raised $2.6 million for the quarter. His campaign reported having $5.5 million on hand.
Tammy Baldwin (D-WI): The Wisconsin Democrat raised $2.5 million from May to July of 2017 and has $3.9 million in the bank.
Sherrod Brown (D-OH): The Democrat running for his third term raised $2.6 million in Q2. He boasted a war chest of $6.7 million as of the start of Q3.
Bill Nelson (D-FL): The Florida incumbent raised $2.13 million in Q2 of 2017 and has more than $5.1 million in the bank.
Debbie Stabenow (D-MI): The day after a Kid Rock publicly played with the idea of challenging her, the Michigan Democrat raised $2.1 million in Q2. She has $5.8 million on hand.
Beto O’Rourke (D-TX): The long-shot Democrat challenging Ted Cruz announced he raised $2.1 million in Q2. His campaign refused to disclose a cash on hand figure.
Jon Tester (D-MT): The former DSCC chairman raised $2 million in the second quarter of the year. His campaign has $4.7 million in the bank.
Jeff Flake (R-AZ): The incumbent Republican raised $1.5 million in the second quarter and has a $3 million stockpile on hand.
Joe Donnelly (D-IN): The Democrat Hoosier raised $1.5 million in Q2 and his campaign reported having $3.7 million on hand.
Dean Heller (R-NV): The Republican, who drew a Democratic challenger in Rep. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) this week, raised $1.4 million in Q2 of 2017. His campaign reported having $3.5 million on hand.
Bernie Sanders (I-VT): The former presidential contender with a national fundraising base raised $1.3 million in Q2, but has $4.9 million on hand.
Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND): The vulnerable Democrat raised only $1.3 million in Q2. She has $3 million in the bank and currently no announced challenger.
Jacky Rosen (D-NV): The newly announced challenger to Sen. Heller raised just $300,000 in the second quarter and has $416,000 on hand — $3 million less than Heller.
7.19.17 8:49 pmHypocrisy Alert: Warren Calls for More Transparency for Foreign Donations to Campaigns
Warren attended a fundraiser over the weekend at the home of former Wall Street executive whose company is responsible “for the greatest amount of known foreign-connected money in U.S. elections.”
7.17.17 3:01 pmRNC Chair: It’s Time to Show Americans That the Republican Party Can Govern
“Now it’s our time to show not only that we can repeal and replace Obamacare…but also that we can govern,” Ronna Romney McDaniel said during an interview on Monday.
7.17.17 11:06 amNew NRSC Ad Hits 2018 Dems for Their Support of Obamacare
“Democrats’ Obamacare Lies,” highlights the multiple lies Senate Democrats told the American people to get Obamacare passed.
7.13.17 12:09 pmJeff Sessions Announces Biggest Health Care Fraud Crackdown in US History
The Department of Justice caught over 400 individuals defrauding the federal government.