2016’s second quarter runs from April 7th, 2016 to June 30th, 2016.
Below we’ve included the top-line numbers for every district in the commonwealth, which includes the amounts raised, spent, and current cash on hand. Also, each incumbent is identified in italics along with their PVI and the year they were first sworn into Congress.
Rep. Bob Brady-D+28-1998
The Philly Dem made some significant contributions to other members of his party. For instance, the Chester Democratic Party got $10,000 and Steve Santarsiero received $2,000. Perhaps the most intriguing donation, considering this Philly Mag piece, is his $2,000 gift to NJ Rep. Donald Norcross.
Rep. Chaka Fattah-D+38-1995
Evans doesn’t have much cash, but in this district he won’t need much.
Rep. Mike Kelly-R+8-2011
With that cash on hand total, Rep. Kelly’s going to have a lot of friends coming out of the woodwork.
Rep. Scott Perry-R+9-2013
Just in time to give to others, Rep. Perry’s numbers are finally beginning to pick up.
Rep. Glenn Thompson-R+8-2009
Congressman Thompson is in solid financial shape in a Republican-favored district.
Kerith Strano Taylor
Taylor is going to need more to take this GOP seat.
Rep. Ryan Costello-R+2-2015
The freshman has an impressive cash on hand total and is well positioned for November.
Some labor cash has helped Parrish but the gap is still enormous.
Rep. Pat Meehan-R+2-2011
Rep. Meehan continues to rake in the money.
Mary Ellen Balchunis
For someone who is very popular in local Democratic circles, Balchunis is a terrible fundraiser who can’t compete with a gap like that.
Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick-R+1-2011
Fitzpatrick gave another $10,000 to the Bucks County GOP. Expect even with his brother as the nominee.
The first-time candidate continues to bring in cash at a more than healthy pace.
Contrary to initial reports, Santarsiero finished just behind Fitzpatrick instead of ahead.
Rep. Bill Shuster-R+14-2001
Despite the burn rate, Shuster will be prepared if he has to face Halvorson again this year.
This may not be the end of Halvorson in 2016.
Rep. Tom Marino-R+12-2011
His cash on hand total will be more than enough in this district.
Rep. Lou Barletta-R+6-2011
The incumbent’s fundraising has become to pick up.
The candidate loaned a massive $200,000 to his campaign.
Rep. Keith Rothfus-R+9-2013
Rep. Rothfus’ got a helpful boost from PAC money.
A plumbers’ union provided $10,000 of the Democrat’s second quarter total.
Rep. Brendan Boyle-D+13-2015
Boyle was able to give 320,000 to the DCCC but he was even more generous to his brother, Kevin Boyle who received $47,500.
Rep. Michael Doyle-D+15-1995
Rep. Doyle isn’t posting great numbers, but then again he doesn’t need to.
Rep. Charlie Dent-R+2-2005
A seven-digit treasure chest protects Dent and his maverick ways.
Rep. Joe Pitts-R+4-1997
The perks of impending retirement: no more fundraising responsibilities.
The Republican State Sen. loaned his campaign $280K this quarter.
Hartman’s fundraising numbers are steadily improving, which may explain why the DCCC named PA-16 one of their “emerging races” this month.
Rep. Matt Cartwright-D+4-2013
This is a seat that is more partisan than its PVI score would indicate, meaning Cartwright can spread his cash around to fellow Democrats.
Rep. Tim Murphy-R+10-2003
Should be good for the rest of the year and beyond.