Georgia’s Congressional Delegation 3rd Quarter FEC Filings – – Part 1: Raising, Spending, and Holding on to Campaign Money

The third quarter FEC filings are all filed and you can find a summary of the information on the presidential candidates here.

In Georgia, we are 6 months from candidate qualifying and a little over 8 months from our state’s party primaries. Below is a listing of how our Georgia Congressmen and Senators are doing as we approach the 2016 election year ranked from the highest to the lowest Cash On Hand (“COH”) as of September 30, 2015. Also included are their Receipts and Disbursements and the percentage of federal PAC money each of them received this year out of their total year to date contributions.

See breakdown below.  U.S, House                          9/30/15 COH      1/1/15 COH      Receipts      Disbursements      % PAC $$

Tom Price (R)                      $2,487,739          $2,256,395      $852,663       $621,318                   50.5%

Austin Scott (R)                        651,030                462,598         456,120         267,689                   57.8

Tom Graves (R)                         543,437               288,763         399,735          145,062                   60.3

Lynn Westmoreland (R)          492,619                413,031          342,117         262,529                   63.6

Doug Collins (R)                       402,565               290,624         373,064          261,123                    51.3

Buddy Carter (R)                       393,111                 218,955         444,265         270,108                   50.1

David Scott (D)                         246,829                  52,858         420,613          226,642                  96.2

Rick Allen (R)                            196,963                  60,109         500,293         363,439                   41.0

Sanford Bishop (D)                   167,415                 144,316          373,712          350,613                   69.0

John Lewis (D)                          101,265                 184,419         373,659          456,813                   53.3

Jody Hice (R)                              79,022                     2,442         222,682          146,102                  28.2

Rob Woodall (R)                         72,214                   50,148         209,490         187,424                   58.8

Hank Johnson (D)                     37,649                    15,327          160,601         138,279                   89.2

Barry Loudermilk (R)                30,719                   92,672          160,245         222,199                   50.7

U.S. Senate

Johnny Isakson (R)           $4,805,220           $2,423,642    $3,038,819       $665,073                 28.9%

David Perdue (R)                       67,186                    46,283          334,365           313,463                 28.3

The details on each officeholders’ receipts, disbursements, and cash on hand can be found here.  So dig in and let us know what you find.

3 comments

  1. Michael Silver says:

    Ben Carson raised as much money as Jeb “I love Open Borders” Bush and Ted “born in Canada” Cruz combined. WOW. I didn’t expect that.

  2. saltycracker says:

    When one leaves office for any reason the COH should be designated to the state department of the office holders choice.

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