It's once again time for our quarterly fundraising chart of key House races throughout the nation:As always, all numbers are in thousands. "Raised" is the amount the candidate has received in donations from outside donors during the fourth quarter, not including any loans. "CoH" stands for total cash-on-hand at the end of the quarter (Dec. 31). "CTD" indicates a candidate's contributions raised cycle-to-date. Some candidates who have created campaign committees have nevertheless not filed quarterly reports. Those lines are left blank. (In the case of OR-01, the candidates were not required to do so because they filed reports for the special election.)
With regard to redistricting, many campaigns filed their reports using old district numbers which do not reflect the actual new districts in which they plan to seek re-election. We've made every effort to clean up these numbers, but in some cases, we've had to rely on our best guesses. In states which have not completed congressional redistricting (such as Florida and Texas), we have left these numbers untouched.
Please let us know in comments if we are missing anyone notable. For a link to our complete spreadsheet (which you can download in full), click here. For our 3Q roundup, click here. For our 2Q roundup, click here.
Below is a list of challengers who have outperformed incumbents:
Republicans challengers who outraised Democratic incumbents: Richard Tisei (vs. John Tierney in MA-06); Richard Hudson & Vernon Robinson (vs. Larry Kissell in NC-08); Randy Altschuler (vs. Tim Bishop in NY-01); Matt Doheny (vs. Bill Owens in NY-23)
Republican challengers with more cash-on-hand than Democratic incumbents: Ricky Gill (vs. Jerry McNerney in CA-09)
Republicans challengers who outraised Republican incumbents: Paul Babeu (vs. Paul Gosar in AZ-04)
Republican challengers with more cash-on-hand than Republican incumbents: None
Democratic challengers who outraised Republican incumbents: Clark Hall (vs. Rick Crawford in AR-01); Ami Bera (vs. Dan Lungren in CA-07); Sukhee Kang (vs. John Campbell in CA-45); Scott Peters (vs. Brian Bilbray in CA-52); Sal Pace (vs. Scott Tipton in CO-03); Val Demings (vs. Daniel Webster in FL-08); Luis Garcia (vs. David Rivera in FL-25); Christie Vilsack (vs. Steve King in IA-04); Tammy Duckworth & Raja Krishnamoorthi (vs. Joe Walsh in IL-08); Bill Foster (vs. Judy Biggert in IL-11); John Delaney & Rob Garagiola (vs. Roscoe Bartlett in MD-06); Syed Taj (vs. Thad McCotter in MI-11); Annie Kuster (vs. Charlie Bass in NH-02); Dan Maffei (vs. Ann Marie Buerkle in NY-25); Armando Villalobos (vs. Blake Farenthold in TX-27); Paul Hirschbiel (vs. Scott Rigell in VA-02); John Douglass (vs. Frank Wolf in VA-10); Jamie Wall (vs. Reid Ribble in WI-08)
Democratic challengers with more cash on hand than Republican incumbents: Ami Bera (vs. Dan Lungren in CA-07); Christie Vilsack (vs. Steve King in IA-04); Tammy Duckworth & Raja Krishnamoorthi (vs. Joe Walsh in IL-08); Gary McDowell (vs. Dan Benishek in MI-01); Annie Kuster (vs. Charlie Bass in NH-02); Dan Maffei (vs. Ann Marie Buerkle in NY-25)
Democratic challengers who outraised Democratic incumbents: Ellen Corbett & Ro Khanna (vs. Pete Stark in CA-15); Clyde Williams (vs. Charlie Rangel in NY-15); Beto O'Rourke (vs. Silvestre Reyes in TX-16); Taj Clayton (vs. Eddie Bernice Johnson in TX-30)
Democratic challengers with more cash on hand than Democratic incumbents: Ro Khanna (vs. Pete Stark in CA-15); Hakeem Jeffries (vs. Ed Towns in NY-10)