- Associated Press - Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives must submit their quarterly campaign fundraising reports to the Federal Election Commission by midnight Wednesday, covering activity from July 1 through Sept. 30.

Details from some of the state’s most competitive races in which reports were filed by Wednesday afternoon:

Congressional District 21: Republican Rep. David Valadao reports raising $546,000 in the quarter and still had $1.1 million in the bank. Democratic challenger Amanda Renteria raised nearly $400,000 in the quarter and had about $433,000 in the bank.

Congressional District 26: Democratic Rep. Julia Brownley is reporting that she raised more than $730,000 in the most recent quarter and had close to $900,000 in the bank. Republican challenger Jeff Gorell raised more than $400,000 in the quarter and had about $338,000 in the bank.

Congressional District 36: Democratic Rep. Raul Ruiz raised $615,000 in the latest quarter and had $1.6 million in the bank. Republican challenger Brian Nestande, raised $242,000 and had about $135,000 in the bank.

Congressional District 52: Democratic Rep. Scott Peters is reporting his campaign raised $908,000 and has $808,000 in the bank. Republican challenger Carl DeMaio’s campaign raised nearly $689,000 and has about $782,000 in the bank.

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