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2Q22 Fundraising Numbers Coming In: U.S. House Candidates

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Fundraising numbers for the second quarter of 2022 (April 1-June 30) are now coming in. See below for some highlights, courtesy of the FEC, for U.S. House candidates…

VA01 – Rep. Rob Wittman (R) vs. Herb Jones (D)

Wittman had net contributions of $128k in June and has $885k cash-on-hand

Herb Jones had net contributions of $64k from April 1 to June 30 and had $45k cash-on-hand.

VA02 – Rep. Elaine Luria (D) vs. Jen Kiggans (R)

Luria had net contributions of $804k in June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $4,322,092 as of June 30. Nice!

Kiggans had net contributions of $214k in June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $413k as of June 30. Waaaayyy behind Rep. Luria.

VA04 – Rep. Donald McEachin (D) vs. Republican Leon Benjamin

Rep. McEachin raised $86k in June and had $359k cash-on-hand as of June 30.

VA05 – Rep. Bob Good (R) vs. Josh Throneburg (D)

Good had net contributions of $102k in May-June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $328k as of June 30.

Throneburg had net contributions of $74k in June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $126k as of June 30. Apparently, Throneburg outraised Good in May-June.

VA06 – Rep. Ben Cline (R) vs. Jennifer Lewis (D)

Cline had net contributions of $113k in June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $286k as of June 30.

Lewis had net contributions of $19,937 from April to June and cash-on-hand of $26k.

VA07 – Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D) vs. Yesli Vega (R)

Spanberger had net contributions of $655k in June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $4.9 million as of June 30. From April 1 to the primary deadline, Spanberger raised $660k, then in the period of time between the pre-primary report and the end of June, she raised  another $763k, bringing the 2Q22 total raised to $1.42 million. Nice!

Vega had net contributions of $236k in June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $246k as of June 30, with “debts and obligations” of $247k. Lame.

VA08 – Rep. Don Beyer (D) vs. Karina Lipsman (R)

Beyer had net contributions of $168k in June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $560k as of June 30. Lipsman had net contributions of $90k in May-June 2022 and cash-on-hand of $98k as of June 30.

VA10 – Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA10) vs. Republican Hung Cao

Rep. Jennifer Wexton had net contributions of $384k in June and had cash-on-hand of $3.6 million as of June 30.

Cao had net contributions of $525k in May-June and had cash-on-hand of as of $354k as of June 30. Wayyyy behind Wexton.

VA11 – Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA11) vs. Republican Jim Myles

Rep. Connolly had net contributions of $99k in June and had cash-on-hand of $3.8 million as of June 30.

Myles had net contributions of $41k from April 18 to June 30 and had cash-on-hand of $30k as of June 30. Lame.

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