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.
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.
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