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Virginia 1Q2014 Fundraising Numbers Coming In…

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I’ll update this as more numbers come in.

U.S. Senate

Sen. Mark Warner: $4,528,330 in receipts, $7,161,950 cash on hand.

Ed Gillespie: $2.2 million in receipts according to press reports.

2nd CD

Rep. Scott Rigell: $994,478 in receipts, $665,310 cash on hand (also $549,500 in debt)

Suzanne Patrick: $301,587 in receipts, $195,832 cash on hand.

8th CD Dems

Don Beyer: $672,104 in receipts, $449,637 cash on hand.

Bruce Shuttleworth: $57,188 in receipts, MINUS $23,258 cash on hand. The initial report on the FEC website was incorrect. The Shuttleworth campaign has submitted an amended report indicating receipts of $332,188 (including $275,000 in loans to himself), and cash on hand of $252,276.

Mark Levine: $322,808 in receipts (of which $250,000 was a loan to himself), $299,278 cash on hand.

Lavern Chatman: $298,697 in receipts (including a $20,000 loan and a $100,000 donation to herself), $213,468 cash on hand.

Bill Euille: $214,572 in receipts, $173,509 cash on hand.

Patrick Hope: $186,534 in receipts (including a $10,000 loan to himself), $138,733 cash on hand

Adam Ebbin: $178,800 in receipts, $114,879 cash on hand.

Charniele Herring: $121,315 in receipts, $89,675 cash on hand

Derek Hyra: $26,049 in receipts, $14,470 cash on hand.

P.S. Mark Sickles, who withdrew from the race, ended with $15,360 cash on hand. Alfonso Lopez, who also withdrew from the race, had receipts of $79,904 (including an $8,000 loan to himself) and cash on hand of $63,630.

10th CD

John Foust: $775,761 in receipts (including $250,000 loaned to himself), $626,544 cash on hand

Barbara Comstock: $761,354 in receipts (including $93,632 apparently loaned to herself), $520,030 cash on hand.

Howard Lind: $140,838 in receipts (including an apparent $120,000 loan to himself), $38,313 cash on hand.

Robert Wasinger: $82,742 in receipts, $9,302 cash on hand.

Bob Marshall: $55,240 in receipts, $40,862 cash on hand.

  • ADAM EBBIN CONTINUES GRASSROOTS MOMENTUM WITH FIRST QUARTER FILING

    Alexandria, Va. – Virginia Senator Adam Ebbin, a Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 8th Congressional District, raised over $178,000 in the first quarter of 2014. Ebbin’s report boasts 653 individual donors with grassroots donors making up nearly 70% the total.

    “I’m honored by the outpouring of support I’ve received from Northern Virginians,” Ebbin said. “For more than a decade, I’ve been fighting for progressive causes in the General Assembly. I look forward to continuing my work for our values as the next member of Congress from the 8th District.”

    Ebbin’s Campaign Manager, Michael Beckendorf, said, “The funds we have raised will enable us to wage the kind of grassroots, neighbor-to-neighbor campaign that has won Adam multi-candidate Democratic primaries before.”

    Representing 36% of voters most likely to vote in the Democratic Primary, Ebbin is in a strong position to continue building on his support. Ebbin’s strong financial report comes on the heels of his overwhelming win at the Alexandria Democratic Committee’s straw poll, where he received 90 of the 325 votes cast in a ten-way race.

    Local Democratic officials are also uniting behind Ebbin’s candidacy. He has won the endorsement of former State Senator Patsy Ticer (D-Alexandria), state Senator Chap Petersen (D-Fairfax), state Senator Dave Marsden (D-Fairfax), and Delegate Mark Sickles (D-Fairfax).

  • pvogel

    will be spent on losing campaigns.  that  is just        simple logic