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Today (Monday), federal officeholders and candidates were required to file July quarterly reports, which disclose contributions received and expenditures made between April 1 and June 30. We have updated our Crib Sheets to reflect the new numbers, although some are not yet in, and this report covers some of the notable results.

M.J. Hegar

M.J.
Hegar

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn

SEN: U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R) raised $1.9M and transferred an additional $562K from other authorized committees, giving him $2.5M in receipts for the quarter. He has $9.1M on hand. At this point in 2017, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R) campaign had $5.7M on hand. Democratic challenger M.J. Hegar raised a little over $1M and has $595K on hand.

CD2: U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Houston) raised $781K and transferred an additional $92K from other authorized committees, giving him $873K in receipts for the quarter. He has $964K on hand.

CD7: U.S. Rep. Lizzie Pannill Fletcher (D-Houston) raised $535K and transferred an additional $29K from other authorized committees, giving her $564K in receipts. She has $945K on hand. Republican challenger Wesley Hunt raised $514K and has $418K on hand. Republican challenger Cindy Siegel raised $108K, has $151K on hand and holds a $153K loan balance.

CD10: U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Austin) raised $259K and transferred an additional $387K from other authorized committees, giving him $646K in receipts for the quarter. He has $698K on hand. His three Democratic challengers raised $607K combined, led by Shannon Hutcheson’s $342K. She has $276K on hand. Pritesh Gandhi raised $180K and has $264K on hand. Mike Siegel raised $103K and has $142K on hand.

CD21: U.S. Rep. Chip Roy (R-Austin) raised $374K and transferred an additional $28K from other authorized committees. He has $656K on hand.

CD22: U.S. Rep. Pete Olson (R-Sugar Land) raised $340K and transferred an additional $33K from other authorized committees. He has $483K on hand. Democratic challenger Sri Kulkarni raised $420K and has $345K on hand.

CD23: U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-San Antonio) raised $461K and transferred an additional $218K from authorized committees, giving him $679K in receipts for the quarter. He has $713K on hand. Democratic challenger Gina Ortiz Jones raised $583K – $122K more than Hurd – and has $597K on hand.

CD24: U.S. Rep. Kenny Marchant (R-Carrollton) raised $209K, took out a $285K loan and has $2.2M on hand. Democratic challenger Kim Olson raised $278K and has $200K on hand. Democratic challenger Crystal Fletcher raised $106K and has $101K on hand. Democratic challenger Candace Valenzuela raised $82K and has $30K on hand.

CD25: U.S. Rep. Roger Williams (R-Austin) raised $150K and transferred an additional $282K from other authorized committees. He has $1.3M on hand. Democratic challenger Julie Oliver raised $122K and has $109K on hand.

CD28: U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo) raised $311K and has $3M on hand. Primary challenger Jessica Cisneros raised $147K and has $125K on hand.

CD30: U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Dallas) raised just $9K. She has $314K on hand.

CD31: U.S. Rep. John Carter (R-Round Rock) raised $318K and transferred an additional $33K from other authorized committees, giving him $351K in receipts for the quarter. He has $676K on hand. So far, five of his 11 announced challengers have filed reports, and they collectively have less than $60K on hand.

CD32: U.S. Rep. Colin Allred (D-Dallas) raised $563K and transferred an additional $28K from authorized committees. He reported having $975K on hand. Former U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Dallas) reported no contributions but has $331K on hand for a potential challenge.

PRES: Former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-El Paso) raised $3.6M during the second quarter, a significant drop from the $9.4M he raised during the first quarter. Former San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro (D) raised $2.8M during the second quarter, up from $1.1M during the first quarter.

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