Daily Kos Elections 3Q 2021 House Collection Reports Overview

Daily Kos Elections 3Q 2021 House Collection Reports Overview


Quarterly fundraising reports for federal candidates for the period July 1 through September 30 were to be submitted to the Federal Elections Commission on October 15 at 12:00 a.m. ET. Below is our breakdown of the fundraising numbers for all incumbents (excluding those who have said they are retiring) and any notable announced or potential candidates.

As always, all numbers are in thousands. The chart and an explanation of each column can be found below. You can also view this chart in spreadsheet form here. In addition, we have put together an accompanying schedule for the Senate.

Embedded Content

Embedded Content

Please note that with the reclassification underway, we have attempted to allocate candidates to the districts we expect to participate in 2022 based on the best information available.

Below you will find an explanation per column:

  • Under “Party”, a designation with “-inc” refers to an incumbent.
  • “3Q Raised” is the amount the candidate received in donations from donors during the reporting period. This includes transfers from other committees, but not: not including any self-financing or loans.
  • “Self-Fund” is the amount of contributions and/or loans a candidate has made to their own campaign using their personal resources during the reporting period. This number, if any, is not counted in the “Increased” column.
  • “Spent” is the amount the campaign spent during the reporting period.
  • “Cash” is the total cash the campaign had available at the end of the reporting period.
  • “Increased CTD” is the amount the candidate had received in donations from donors at the end of the reporting period cycle-to-date. This includes transfers from other committees, but not: not including any self-financing or loans.
  • “Self-Fund CTD” is the amount of contributions and/or loans a candidate had made to their own campaign using their personal resources, cycle-to-date as of the end of the reporting period. This number, if any, is not counted in the “Increased CTD” column.

If you click through to view the above chart in spreadsheet form, you’ll see three additional columns on the right:

  • “CTD spent” is the amount the campaign had spent at the end of the reporting period at the end of the reporting period.
  • “Transfer” is the amount of money transfers from other political committees during the reporting period. This number, if any, is counted in the “Increased” column.
  • “Transfer CTD” is the amount of money transfers from other political committees during the reporting period. This number, if any, is counted in the “Increased CTD” column.

In the end, all the money received from all sources is reflected in each candidate’s cash amount, less spending.



Source link

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Rachel Meadows

Rachel Meadows

Trending topics news writer who enjoys cooking, walking her dog and travel.

Related Posts

Best Activewear Brands for Women 2022
Fashion & Style

Best Activewear Brands for Women 2022

Top Amazon Brands Thick High Waist Yoga Pants with Pockets Amazon’s wide range of workout offerings remains unparalleled, and these are its top-reviewed leggings. One

Read More »

Enter our vacation Giveaway to

Las Vegas!

Everyone wins a prize!