• Former Sen. George LeMieux (R-Fla.) raised just $305,000 and has $1.2 million on hand for his fight for Sen. Bill NelsonBill NelsonRed-state Dems face tough votes on Trump picks Feds allow GM to delay airbag recalls Florida governor won't serve in Trump administration MORE's (D-Fla.) seat. The front-runner in the GOP primary, Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.), raised a million dollars in the same period. Nelson hasn't released his totals but had $8.5 million saved up as of the end of 2011.
• Former Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R-Mich.) raised $700,000 and did not announce his total cash on hand, a big dip from the nearly $1 million he brought in last quarter. The GOP primary front-runner was outraised by a two-to-one margin by Sen. Debbie StabenowDebbie StabenowOvernight Finance: Trump takes victory lap at Carrier plant | House passes 'too big to fail' revamp | Trump econ team takes shape Senate Dems: Force Cabinet nominees to release tax returns Five things a President Trump can do to bring back and create new jobs MORE (D-Mich.), who raised $1.5 million and has $7 million in the bank. Conservative activist Clark Durant (R) also kept pace with Hoekstra, bringing in close to $600,000. He has $1.5 million for the race, plenty to give Hoekstra headaches.
• Democrat Susan Bysiewicz, who is running for Connecticut’s open Senate seat, brought in $360,000 and has a little more then $1 million in the bank. That’s less than half of the $855,000 raised by state Rep. Chris MurphyChris MurphyWrestling mogul McMahon could slam her way into Trump administration Dem on Trump's foreign policy moves: 'That's how wars start' House passes medical cures bill MORE, Bysiewicz’s competition in the Democratic primary. Murphy also has a 3-to-1 advantage over Bysiewicz in cash on hand.
• Joseph Kennedy III, the son of former Rep. Joseph Kennedy II (D-Mass.) and grandson of former Sen. Robert Kennedy (D-N.Y.), topped $1.3 million in his first quarter in the race to replace retiring Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.). Kennedy’s haul makes him one of the top House performers — especially for a newcomer.
• Rep. David Rivera (R-Fla.) raised barely $100,000, a number that is sure to spark Republican concerns about his reelection prospects amid ongoing ethics issues. Rivera has almost $180,000 on hand, but his campaign also owes vendors and consultants more than $150,000.
• Rep. Daniel Webster (R-Fla.) raised less than $150,000 and was badly outraised by Democrat Val Demings, who brought in $330,000 during the same quarter. Webster has almost $400,000 on hand, compared to about $485,000 for Demings.
• Rep. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) brought in $355,000 during the quarter and has almost $1.2 million saved up for her reelection. Her campaign said three out of four dollars raised were from those in South Dakota.
• Rep. Ben Chandler (D-Ky.) raised more than $220,000 and has just over $1 million in the bank. That's slightly more than the $180,000 raised by Republican Andy BarrAndy BarrHow we can boost the economy through foreign direct investment Wells Fargo scandal strikes fear into smaller rivals Consumer bureau remains partisan target after Wells Fargo settlement MORE, who lost to Chandler in 2010 and is seeking a rematch.
• Rep. John Tierney (D-Mass.) raised more than $320,000, getting out-raised for the second consecutive quarter by Richard Tisei, his Republican challenger. Tisei raised $350,000. Tierney maintains the advantage in cash on hand, with almost $800,000, compared to Tisei’s $454,000.
This post was updated at 6:30 p.m.