- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 16, 2014

A look at fundraising reports for key California House races from May 15 through June 30.

4th Congressional District:

Republican Rep. Tom McClintock raised $66,578, spent $97,828 and had $428,168 in the bank.

Republican challenger Art Moore raised $21,410, spent $57,216 and had $4,268 in the bank.

7th Congressional District:

Democratic Rep. Ami Bera raised $439,933, spent $71,635 and had $1.97 million in the bank.

Republican challenger Doug Ose raised $332,781, spent $343,274 and had $203,841 in the bank.

10th Congressional District:

Republican Rep. Jeff Denham raised $249,653, spent $112,488 and had nearly $1.7 million in the bank.

Democratic challenger Michael Eggman raised $174,115, spent $109,701 and had $516,867 in the bank.

17th Congressional District:

Democratic Rep. Mike Honda raised $341,003, spent $319,940 and had $1.06 million in the bank.

Democratic challenger Ro Khanna raised $199,235, spent $341,486 and had $867,422 in the bank.

21st Congressional District:

Republican Rep. David Valadao raised $358,754, spent $86,244 and had $1.24 million in the bank.

Democratic challenger Amanda Renteria raised $289,916, spent $221,821 and had $396,899 in the bank.

26th Congressional District:

Democratic Rep. Julia Brownley raised $391,789, spent $75,069 and had $1.55 million in the bank.

Democratic challenger Jeff Gorell raised $270,447, spent 86,501 and had $306,127 in the bank.

31st Congressional District:

Democratic challenger Pete Aguilar raised $284,381, spent $361,408 and had $325,728 in the bank.

Republican challenger Paul Chabot raised $39,661, spent $41,879 and had $26,341 in the bank.

36th Congressional District:

Democratic Rep. Raul Ruiz raised $320,640, spent $48,427 and had $1.9 million in the bank.

Republican challenger Brian Nestande raised $169,472, spent $170,959 and had $234,631 in the bank.

52nd Congressional District:

Democratic Rep. Scott Peters raised $554,398, spent $145,841 and had $1.93 million in the bank.

Republican challenger Carl DeMaio raised $454,797, spent $194,697 and had $1.43 million in the bank.

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Source: Federal Election Commission.


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