Another impressive fundraising quarter from Red Curve clients! Check out some of the headlines below.
Terri Lynn Land tops Gary Peters in second quarter fundraising battle (The Washington Post)
Former Michigan secretary of state Terri Lynn Land (R) had another productive fundraising quarter, bringing in nearly $2.2 million between April and June, outpacing her likely Democratic opponent in the U.S. Senate race.
Tom Cotton says he’s raised $2.28M during quarter (Arkansas Business)
U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton raised $2.28 million over the past three months in his bid to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, the Republican's campaign said Monday, outpacing the two-term Arkansas incumbent as their nationally watched race grows more expensive and heated.
Cotton's fundraising haul bests the $1.5 million that Pryor announced raising during the same period.
Tisei available cash tops $800K mark (Gloucester Times)
Republican Richard Tisei is raking in the cash in his second bid to oust nine-term Democratic Congressman John Tierney from his 6th District U.S. House seat this November.
On Friday, Tisei’s campaign reported raising $468,779 in the most recent fund-raising quarter, from April 1 to June 30. The haul gives the former state senator $819,918 cash on hand.
Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker has taken a fundraising lead.
As of June 30, Baker had more than $1.1 million in his campaign account after raising just under $400,000 during June.
The Republican Governors Association announced today a record-breaking amount of cash on hand, with $70.3 million heading into the height of the 2014 election cycle. With $26.6 million raised in the second quarter of 2014, the RGA considerably outpaced its fundraising from 2010, the last comparable election cycle, and topped its own second quarter fundraising record.
Republican Joni Ernst raised more money in the second quarter of this year than Rep. Bruce Braley, D-Iowa, in their race for Iowa's open U.S. Senate seat, according to summaries of financial reports provided by the campaigns on Wednesday.