Dem U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin again outpaced GOP rival Leah Vukmir in fundraising over the latest reporting period, hauling in $4.9 million to the Brookfield Republican’s $2.4 million.
Baldwin also spent $6.5 million between July 26 and Sept. 30 to close the period with $5 million in the bank.
Meanwhile, Vukmir logged $1.3 million in expenditures to close the month of September with $1.4 million in cash on hand.
Baldwin, D-Madison, had previously announced she raised $6 million over the full third quarter. The reports filed with the FEC reflect don’t include fundraising over much of July, which was covered by the pre-primary reports Wisconsin candidates filed in August.
Meanwhile, in the race for the open 1st CD, Dem Randy Bryce outpaced Republican Bryan Steil over the period.
Bryce between July 26 and Sept. 30 raised $1.2 million and spent $2.2 million to close the period with $656,239 in the bank.
Steil brought in a total of $919,250 and spent $918,417 to end September with $631,961 in cash on hand.
And in the 6th CD, Dem Dan Kohl raised about double that of Republican incumbent Congressman Glenn Grothman over the last reporting period.
Kohl between July 26 and Sept. 30 brought in $759,789 compared to Grothman’s $359,531. The Democrat also far outspent his challenger, logging $1.5 million in expenditures compared to Grothman’s $284,427.
Still, Grothman recorded $929,454 in cash on hand, far more than Kohl’s $392,752.