Since October 1st, eight US House candidates added more than $1 million to their campaign coffers, thus extending the record setting fundraising pace that we have seen during the current election cycle.
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) lead the group with $1.94 million raised. House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) is the other Republican in the group, bringing in an additional $1.14 million.
The remainder are Democrats, featuring many familiar faces in 2018 fundraising circles: Andrew Janz, Rep. Nunes’ opponent ($1.03 million); challenger Katie Hill ($1.0 million) who is opposing Rep. Steve Knight (R-CA); Harley Rouda ($1.0 million) challenging Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA); Amy McGrath ($1.11 million) who is running against Kentucky Rep. Andy Barr; Upstate New York candidate Antonio Delgado ($1.33 million) matching up against freshman Rep. John Faso; and Washington open seat candidate Kim Shrier ($1.6 million) who is opposing former state Senator and statewide candidate Dino Rossi (R) in the seat that retiring Rep. Dave Reichert (R-Auburn) currently represents.
The Rundown Blog
Learn more about the candidates running in key elections across the United States.