2016’s second quarter runs from July 1st, 2016 to September 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 power broker could really help some candidates with that cash on hand total.
Rep. Chaka Fattah-D+38-1995
Hard to raise money when you’re awaiting sentencing.
Evans doesn’t need much cash for the general election so these numbers aren’t a problem.
Rep. Mike Kelly-R+8-2011
With all that cash, Rep. Kelly is getting a lot of cash from needy Republicans right now.
Rep. Scott Perry-R+9-2013
Not much money, but he doesn’t have anything to worry about.
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
This could be one of those districts where voters split their ticket.
The lack of party support makes Parrish’s odds too long.
Rep. Pat Meehan-R+2-2011
An incumbent in a competitive seat with a terrible opponent will lead to the massive cash on hand total you see above.
Mary Ellen Balchunis
Balchunis is going to need a lot more money to compete.
Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick-R+1-2011
Fitzpatrick gave $600,000 to the state GOP, so safe to say he doesn’t have to give Brian a Christmas gift this year.
The first-time candidate continues to bring in cash at a more than healthy pace.
The Democratic challenger has kept pace in this toss-up race.
Rep. Bill Shuster-R+14-2001
Shuster has plenty of cash to use for his third match-up with Halvorson.
Halvorson is used to running against Rep. Shuster with a massive cash disadvantage.
Rep. Tom Marino-R+12-2011
His cash on hand total is more than enough in this district.
Rep. Lou Barletta-R+6-2011
The incumbent’s fundraising has probably been enough.
In every sense, the Democrat is running too far behind.
Rep. Keith Rothfus-R+9-2013
Judging by that burn rate, Congressman Rothfus isn’t leaving anything on the field.
Not enough cash for this red district.
Rep. Brendan Boyle-D+13-2015
Boyle could be very popular with his colleagues with all that cash on hand.
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
No re-election, no need to fundraise.
The Republican State Senator continues to loan his campaign massive amounts of money.
The numbers prove that Hartman is seriously contending this race.
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
That’s a lot of money to be sitting on.