Final Findings in the Federal Fundraising Filings

cash money Final Findings in the Federal Fundraising FilingsOver the course of the last couple days, congressional candidates nationwide filed their quarterly fundraising reports showing how much they raised in the previous three months, as well as the size of their war chests moving into the final weeks of the election.

You can view a full list of competitive candidate filings here,  but for those interested in New York, we’ve compiled the most relevant races and included links to view the full report yourself:

District
   Candidate   Raised   Cash On Hand
NY-1 (D)
   Long Island Rep. Tim Bishop   $487,000   $909,000
NY-1 (R)    Challenger Randy Altschuler   $465,000   $229,000
NY-6 (D)    Queens Contender Grace Meng   $527,000   $410,000
NY-6 (R)    Queens Contender Dan Halloran   $55,000   $23,000
NY-11 (R)    Staten Island Rep. Michael Grimm   $249,000   $667,000
NY-11 (D)    Challenger Mark Murphy   $313,000   $342,000
NY-17 (D)    Westchester Rep. Nita Lowey   $366,000   $1,048,000
NY-17 (R)    Challenger Joe Carvin   $97,000   $805,000
NY-18 (R)    Hudson Valley Rep. Nan Hayworth   $570,000   $785,000
NY-18 (D)    Challenger Sean Patrick Maloney   $916,000   $855,000
NY-19 (R)    Capital Region Rep. Chris Gibson   $383,000   $777,000
NY-19 (D)    Challenger Julian Schreibman   $527,000   $412,000
NY-21 (D)    North Country Rep. Bill Owens   $421,000   $770,000
NY-21 (R)    Challenger Matt Doheny   $156,000   $304,000
NY-24 (R)    Syracuse Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle   $523,000   $821,000
NY-24 (D)    Challenger Dan Maffei   $478,000   $757,000
NY-25 (D)    Rochester Rep. Louise Slaughter   $720,000   $411,000
NY-25 (R)    Challenger Maggie Brooks   $445,000   $857,000
NY-27 (D)    Buffalo Rep. Kathy Hochul   $718,000   $925,000
NY-27 (R)    Challenger Chris Collins   $322,000   $167,000

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Across the state’s competitive races, Democratic congressional hopeful Sean Patrick Maloney posted the highest fundraising total, which places him on financial parity with his opponent, GOP Rep. Nan Hayworth as they close in on Election Day. Elsewhere, almost all of the endangered incumbents have cash large on-hand advantages, with the exceptions being Republican Congresswoman Ann Marie Buerkle and Democratic Rep. Louise Slaughter.

Additional reports can be found on the Federal Elections Commission website.

*Note the amount listed in the first column above reflects only the topline amount of money raised minus any refunds. Loans and transfers gave some of the candidates an added financial boost, which is reflected in the cash on hand.