Follow the Money in 2018

According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC): "An individual running for a seat in the Senate or the House of Representatives becomes a candidate when he or she raises or spends more than $5,000 in contributions or expenditures. House and Senate candidates must designate a campaign committee. This "authorized committee" takes in contributions and make(s) expenditures on behalf of the campaign." Campaign committees must file information on a quarterly basis with the FEC. The FEC then makes the information public on its website

We will be tracking contribution totals for all of the candidates filing with the FEC on this page and posting a summary of their totals. 

Here is the most recent summary, from April 16, 2018

 

 A pdf version of this summary can be found  here.   The January 2018 summary can be found  here.   The September 2017 summary can be found  here .

A pdf version of this summary can be found here.

The January 2018 summary can be found here.

The September 2017 summary can be found here.