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1Q2018 Virginia Candidates’ Campaign Finance Numbers Coming In… [UPDATED 4/23]

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First quarter 2018 fundraising numbers are due to the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) by April 15, but some candidates report before then.  I’ll post numbers as I see them.

U.S. Senate
Sen. Tim Kaine (D): Net contributions of $1,215,711 (plus $838,562 in “transfers from other authorized commitees”); Cash on Hand of $10,340,359
Corey Stewart (R): Net contributions of $219,803; Cash on Hand of $140,502
EW Jackson, Sr. (R): Net contributions of $130,078; Cash on Hand of $35,495
Nick Freitas (R): Net contributions of $342,864; Cash on Hand of $251,695

VA-01
Rep. Rob Wittman (R): Net contributions of $248,581; Cash on Hand of $1,031,794
John Suddarth (D): Net contributions of $36,114; Cash on Hand of $22,116
Edwin Santana (D): Net contributions of $12,901, Cash on Hand of $7,346.
Vangie Williams (D): Net contributions of $26,245; Cash on Hand of $1,378.

VA-02
Rep. Scott Taylor (R): Net contributions of $536,536; Cash on Hand of $842,961
Elaine Luria (D):  Net contributions of $373,374; Cash on Hand of $291,175
Mary Jones (R): Net contributions of $31,661; Cash on Hand of $22,986
Karen Mallard (D): Net contributions of $24,718; Cash on hand of $14,099
Shaun Brown (I): Net contributions of $951; Cash on Hand of -$31.36

VA-04
Rep. Donald McEachin (D): Net contributions of $98,505; Cash on Hand of $365,543
Ryan McAdams (R): Net contributions of $28,255; Cash on Hand of $6,789
Shion Fenty (R): Net contributions of $3,601; Cash on Hand of $6,213

VA-05
RD Huffstetler (D): Net contributions of $185,267; Cash on Hand of $436,219
Leslie Cockburn (D): Net contributions of $192,148; Cash on Hand of $300,647
Rep. Tom Garrett (R): Net contributions of $125,955; Cash on Hand of $142,666
Andrew Sneathern (D): Net contributions of $64,255; Cash on Hand of $95,873
Ben Cullop (D): Net contributions of $30,535; Cash on Hand of $45,461

VA-06
Ben Cline (R): Net contributions of $112,157; Cash on Hand of $59,081
Michael Desjadon (R): Net contributions of $32,525; Cash on Hand of $28,580
Cynthia Dunbar (R): Net contributions of $41,796; Cash on Hand of $24,754
Charles Haywood (R): Net contributions of $30,738; Cash on Hand of $16,114
Peter Volosin (D): Net contributions of $22,293; Cash on Hand of $5,634
Elliot Pope (R): Net contributions of $9,830; Cash on Hand of $4,141
Jennifer Lewis (D): Net contributions of $15,153; Cash on Hand of $3,327
Sergio Coppola (D): Net contributions of $3,015; Cash on Hand of $229
Charlotte Moore (D): I had a Facebook exchange with the Moore campaign ,in which they said “Yes, we filed on time. We called the FEC and confirmed that they received it the same day that we filed it (we filed electronically). We actually filed ahead of the due date….As of the date of our filing it was less than $5,000.00 so we weren’t required to give a breakdown therefore we didn’t.”

VA-07
Rep. Dave Brat (R): Net contributions of $248,461; Cash on Hand of $646,355
Dan Ward (D): Net contributions of $233,704; Cash on Hand of $508,096
Abigail Spanberger (D): Net contributions of $335,784; Cash on Hand of $476,469
Helen Alli (Whig): Net contributions of $3,998; Cash on Hand of $2,553.

VA-08
Rep. Don Beyer (D): Net contributions of $257,373; Cash on Hand of $930,475
Thomas Oh (R): Net contributions of $3,085; Cash on Hand of $2,795

VA-09
Rep. Morgan Griffith (R): Net contributions of $161,220; Cash on Hand of $279,208
Anthony Flaccavento (D): Net contributions of $119,850; Cash on Hand of $71,805
Justin Santopietro (D): Net contributions of $7,932; Cash on Hand of -$4,637

VA-10
Rep. Barbara Comstock (R): Net contributions of $810,387; Cash on Hand of $1,820,738
Alison Friedman (D): Net contributions of $313,449; Cash on Hand of $817,631
Jennifer Wexton (D): Net contributions of $266,821; Cash on Hand of $630,708
Dan Helmer (D): Net contributions of $201,148; Cash on Hand of $516,146
Lindsey Davis Stover (D): Net contributions of $221,354; Cash on Hand of $471,956
Paul Pelletier (D): Net contributions of $191,192; Cash on Hand of $191,294
Julia Biggins (D): Net contributions of $35,227; Cash on Hand of $65,596
Shak Hill (R): Net contributions of $75,230; Cash on Hand of $63,401

VA-11
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D): Net contributions of $355,280; Cash on Hand of $3,090,074
Jeffery Dove (R): Net contributions of $141,324; Cash on Hand of $28,791

  • HaroldCh8

    A Whig? How intriguing…and retro!

  • Glen Bayless

    I am a dedicated Kaine supporter…that said…why should I donate to his campaign in lieu of maybe Wexton? He has 10 million and no end to resources…Wexton is in a race to knock out a vile trump supporter

  • From the Wexton for Congress campaign:

    State Senator Jennifer Wexton Surges Past $900,000 with Strong Q1 Fundraising

    Wexton Raises $267,000 in Q1, Reports Strongest Quarter Yet for VA-10 Bid

    State Senator Jennifer Wexton today reported strong first quarter fundraising for her Congressional campaign, raising $267,345 in the first three months of 2018, and over $900,000 total for the campaign. In Q1 alone, Wexton received donations from 1,271 different individuals. She continues to enjoy far stronger support locally than her primary opponents, raising 72% of her Q1 money from Virginia. Over the course of the entire cycle, Wexton has received contributions from 3,377 different individuals and 80% of her total money raised from Virginia.

    “With the 2017 elections behind us, and the 2018 Blue Wave growing, voters in the 10th CD are starting to really focus on this primary and the need to select a strong candidate with the experience to defeat Barbara Comstock and hit the ground running in Congress,” said Senator Wexton. “I’m proud that so many people think I’m the best person to challenge Comstock and are supporting me with their generous donations of time and money.”

    Wexton’s first quarter fundraising surge came amid two seismic shifts in the primary race. First, Governor Ralph Northam endorsed Wexton on March 15, praising her “strong history of service to Virginia, getting results for her constituents, and fighting for Democratic values.” Second, a polling memo released on March 20 showed Wexton leading her nearest Democratic rival by 26 points, 31-5, and holding nearly triple the vote of all her opponents combined.

  • From the Lindsey Davis Stover campaign:

    Lindsey Davis Stover Raises $230,000 in Q1
    Stover Announces Strong Q1 Fundraising Total in VA-10 Bid

    MCLEAN, VA – In the first quarter of 2018, Lindsey Davis Stover raised $230,174 for her Congressional campaign, bringing her total haul to $850,638. To date, Stover received contributions from over 2,500 different individuals, with an average contribution of under $300. The campaign has $471,955 on hand.

    “I am grateful and humbled by the support for our campaign from across Virginia and the country,” said Stover. “Barbara Comstock has consistently proven that she will not stand up for Virginians, and the momentum demonstrated in early 2018 shows that our people-powered campaign will flip this seat in November.”

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  • Roger Miller

    Looks like Rob Wittman will continue doing whatever he is doing for 2 more years.

    • Ah, the power of positive thinking! 🙂

  • Top Democratic Challenger to Comstock in VA-10 Raises $1.3 million this cycle

    Alison Friedman Raised Over $300k in First Quarter – Has over $815,000 Cash on Hand

    McLean – Alison Friedman’s campaign announced today that it has raised over $300,000 in the first quarter of 2018 bringing the total raised this cycle to over $1.3 million since she announced her bid to unseat Congresswoman Comstock in June of 2017.

    Campaign Manager, Kees Nordin said, “In 57 days voters will choose the nominee they think is best to challenge Barbara Comstock, a loyal friend to the NRA, big pharmaceutical companies and Donald Trump. We are proud of the support we have received and look forward to making sure voters know that Alison Friedman has what it takes to take on Barbara Comstock, Donald Trump and the NRA and stand up for Virginia families.”

    Friedman has continued her fundraising dominance of the race as the only primary candidate to surpass over $1 million dollars raised. Over 70% of the contributions this past quarter were $100 or less.

    Alison is a former senior State Department official with a proven record of taking on big problems—like voting rights and human trafficking—and delivering results. She’s running to bring that problem solving to improve healthcare, invest in our infrastructure, and hold this president accountable.

  • BlueBullIslander

    Wow! Elaine Luria can sure raise money and quickly too! Flip the 2nd!