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Daily Kos Elections 2Q 2019 House fundraising reports roundup

Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates, covering the period from April 1 to June 30, were due at the Federal Elections Commission on July 15 at midnight Eastern Time. Below is our chart of fundraising numbers for House candidates in all key races this cycle. (Click here for our companion chart for the Senate.) That includes, among others:

Races we expect to be competitive in next year’s general elections
Open seats in otherwise safe districts that feature primaries
Under-the-radar contests where a candidate raised or self-funded an unexpectedly high sum
Incumbents who potentially face a credible primary challenge
Incumbents who might retire or run for higher office

As always, all numbers are in thousands. The chart, and an explanation of each column, can be found below. (Click here for our chart listing fundraising data for every House incumbent.)

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Below you’ll find an explanation of each column:

Under “Party,” a designation including “-inc” refers to an incumbent.
“2Q Raised” is the amount the candidate has received in donations from donors during the reporting period. This includes transfers from other committees but does not include any self-funding or loans.
“Self-Fund” is the amount of contributions and/or loans a candidate has made to their own campaign, using their personal resources, during the reporting period. This number, if any, is not counted in the “Raised” column.
“Spent” is the amount of money the campaign has spent during the reporting period.
“Cash” is the total cash on hand the campaign has available at the end of the reporting period.
“Raised CTD” is the amount the candidate has received in donations from donors cycle-to-date as of the end of the reporting period. This includes transfers from other committees but does not include any self-funding or loans.
“Self-Fund CTD” is the amount of contributions and/or loans a candidate has made to their own campaign, using their personal resources, cycle-to-date as of the end of the reporting period. This number, if any, is not counted in the “Raised CTD” column.

You can access the chart above in spreadsheet form here. If you click through, you’ll see two additional columns on the right-hand side.

“Transfer” is the amount of monetary transfers from other political committees during the reporting period. This number, if any, is counted in the “Raised” column.
“Transfer CTD” is the amount of monetary transfers from other political committees during the reporting period. This number, if any, is counted in the “Raised CTD” column.

Ultimately, all money received from all sources is reflected in every candidate’s cash-on-hand totals, less spending. You can also check out our roundup for the first quarter of 2019.


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