In the all important fund-raising watch for the competitive Third Congressional District races, the reports required on April 15th for those showing over $5,000 in contributions are in.  These are listed in the order they were released on FEC’s site.  BIPEC has a running list of campaign finance reports on their website as well.

Republican Whit Hughes reported a total of $304,354 for this quarter, $3,700 coming from other committees. He has a total of $206,450.95 cash on hand. You can see the report here.

 

 

 

Republican Perry Parker reported $102,032 in total for this quarter. He provided a $240,000 loans to the campaign and has $272,533.01 cash on hand. You can see the report here.

 

 

 

 

Michael Guest a Republican from Madison County reported $280,911.13 the quarter with an $18,900 loan. He also submitted $216,213.03 cash on hand. You can see the report here.

 

 

 

Morgan Dunn a Republican from McGee had $30,600 come in this quarter and provided an additional $73,100 loan to the campaign. She also reported $103,073 cash on hand at the end of the quarter. You can see the report here.

 

 

 

 

Senator and Republican Sally Doty reported total contributions for the quarter at $65,059.26. She provided $15,802.14 in loans to the campaign and showed and ending $53,819.44 cash on hand. You can see the report here.

 

 

 

 

So far no report has been filed for candidate Katherine Tate, which could be due to a hold in processing.

 

 

There is also no report for Democrat Representative Michael Evans. The Federal Election Commission showed that it was likely he had not yet set up an account.

 

 

 

 

Democrat Michael Aycox reported $100 raised for the quarter with no loans taken out. He has an ending cash on hand of -$1,356.21. You can see the report here.