Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates, covering the period from January 1 to March 31, were due at the Federal Elections Commission on Monday night. Below is our list of fundraising numbers for House candidates in key races.
Unfortunately, some reports appear to have been turned in to the FEC but don't appear online when you search for them. For instance, if you search for IA-01 Democrat Swati Dandekar's report, you won't find it, even though her campaign did file it. We've left the fundraising numbers for candidates who do not currently have reports online blank, and we'll fill them in as we get them.
Update: The missing reports are all in.
• "CD" stands for congressional district.You can access our spreadsheet directly here. If you click through, you'll see an additional column on the right-hand side called "Transfers." This column shows monetary transfers from other political committees. Ultimately, all money received from all sources (including transfers) is reflected in every candidate's cash-on-hand totals, less spending.
• "(D-inc)" and "(R-inc)" specify incumbents.
• "Raised" is the amount the candidate has received in donations from donors during the quarter, not including any loans.
• "Self Fund" is the amount of direct contributions a candidate has made to his or her own campaign. This number, if any, is also counted in the "Raised" column.
• "Self Loan" is the amount of any loans a candidate has made to his or her own campaign. This number, if any, is not counted in the "Raised" column.
• "Spent" is the amount of money the campaign has spent during the quarter.
• "CoH" stands for total cash-on-hand at the end of the quarter.
• "CTD" indicates a candidate's contributions raised cycle-to-date, as of the end of the quarter.