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Election 2010

Use this interactive to track campaign spending by interest groups and political parties in the 2010 midterm elections. These totals will be updated every Tuesday through Election Day. Back to top ten list.

Races with spending reported by interest groups:

Race, incumbent Week before election Two weeks before election Three weeks before election Total Partisanship
Colo. Sen. Michael F Bennet, D $5,964,300 $7,566,269 $4,878,765 $33,435,827
54% Republican
Pa. Sen. OPEN, Arlen Specter, D $7,009,393 $6,484,877 $3,576,575 $25,006,890
56% Republican
Wash. Sen. Patty Murray, D $4,877,437 $6,749,887 $2,502,141 $18,557,727
56% Republican
Ill. Sen. OPEN, Roland Burris, D $5,598,075 $4,805,430 $2,712,369 $18,059,569
62% Republican
Nev. Sen. Harry Reid, D $3,336,666 $4,786,748 $1,822,714 $16,849,010
59% Republican
Mo. Sen. OPEN, Christopher Kit Bond, R $425,366 $1,641,622 $2,109,775 $12,392,244
59% Republican
Calif. Sen. Barbara Boxer, D $3,942,549 $2,595,559 $242,244 $11,779,256
83% Republican
Ark. Sen. Blanche Lincoln, D $73,697 $91,118 $61,214 $11,749,014
89% Democratic
W.Va. Sen. OPEN, Carte Goodwin, D $2,446,084 $2,791,182 $1,913,011 $10,346,409
54% Republican
Ky. Sen. OPEN, Jim Bunning, R $1,727,581 $2,691,439 $1,247,861 $8,639,509
71% Republican
Mich. 7 Mark Schauer, D $1,886,664 $1,546,660 $1,431,146 $8,263,776
55% Democratic
Ohio 16 John A Boccieri, D $1,227,992 $1,224,639 $1,096,916 $6,961,457
58% Democratic
Fla. Sen. OPEN, George LeMieux, R $55,580 $807,260 $1,692,845 $6,606,647
94% Republican
Nev. 3 Dina Titus, D $620,109 $822,986 $1,769,528 $6,569,550
51% Republican
Mass. Sen. Scott P. Brown, R $0 $0 $0 $6,221,849
58% Democratic
Pa. 12 Mark Critz, D $532,092 $1,262,131 $969,034 $5,698,348
57% Republican
N.H. Sen. OPEN, Judd Gregg, R $56,972 $311,442 $127,984 $4,973,208
93% Republican
Va. 5 Tom Perriello, D $955,781 $1,882,391 $870,359 $4,629,624
61% Democratic
Ariz. 5 Harry E Mitchell, D $543,431 $897,484 $776,680 $4,024,257
50% Democratic
Md. 1 Frank M Kratovil Jr, D $548,181 $1,241,774 $876,734 $3,916,437
65% Democratic
Ill. 17 Phil Hare, D $336,911 $1,511,500 $1,010,296 $3,771,732
60% Democratic
Wash. 3 OPEN, Brian Baird, D $618,067 $997,240 $661,167 $3,759,570
54% Republican
Mass. 10 OPEN, Bill Delahunt, D $1,153,009 $760,545 $1,499,528 $3,740,273
51% Democratic
Mich. 1 OPEN, Bart Stupak, D $936,898 $646,929 $572,444 $3,734,906
62% Republican
N.M. 1 Martin Heinrich, D $1,070,041 $1,141,160 $602,435 $3,684,800
67% Republican
Va. 11 Gerry Connolly, D $2,345,789 $304,854 $925,414 $3,676,600
53% Republican
Colo. 3 John Salazar, D $584,142 $1,215,948 $829,584 $3,578,815
59% Democratic
N.H. 2 OPEN, Paul Hodes, D $898,985 $1,205,795 $649,531 $3,522,917
56% Democratic
Colo. 7 Edwin G Perlmutter, D $490,916 $1,067,394 $1,333,920 $3,485,806
61% Republican
N.C. 8 Larry Kissell, D $500,765 $427,795 $1,199,280 $3,478,869
69% Democratic
Pa. 11 Paul E Kanjorski, D $280,780 $400,420 $341,647 $3,459,943
54% Democratic
Ind. 2 Joe Donnelly, D $566,337 $813,195 $909,129 $3,457,348
61% Republican
Wis. 7 OPEN, David R Obey, D $447,813 $856,351 $491,693 $3,449,820
56% Democratic
S.C. 5 John M Spratt Jr, D $287,842 $997,862 $537,186 $3,435,128
67% Republican
Ala. 2 Bobby Bright, D $329,565 $696,486 $474,877 $3,282,147
47% Republican
Ohio 18 Zachary T Space, D $302,881 $1,127,838 $1,160,584 $3,279,049
51% Democratic
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R $262,791 $1,094,497 $430,040 $3,261,789
58% Republican
Mich. 9 Gary Peters, D $2,268,706 $402,715 $586,051 $3,260,286
72% Republican
W.Va. 1 OPEN, Alan B Mollohan, D $506,274 $805,639 $669,296 $3,159,763
60% Republican
Ariz. 1 Ann Kirkpatrick, D $435,098 $828,029 $613,282 $3,123,501
65% Republican
Ore. 5 Kurt Schrader, D $398,200 $1,147,329 $927,780 $3,103,505
51% Republican
Pa. 8 Patrick J Murphy, D $729,385 $847,296 $449,355 $3,099,748
82% Democratic
Ill. 10 OPEN, Mark Kirk, R $783,179 $813,284 $935,426 $3,088,974
63% Democratic
Ark. 1 OPEN, Marion Berry, D $567,432 $870,918 $809,502 $3,081,378
58% Democratic
Ind. 9 Baron Hill, D $602,121 $970,242 $588,339 $3,050,512
53% Democratic
Ill. 14 Bill Foster, D $577,279 $585,007 $381,796 $3,037,356
77% Democratic
N.D. 1 Earl Pomeroy, D $620,614 $701,122 $484,618 $2,734,831
57% Republican
Pa. 7 OPEN, Joe Sestak, D $777,363 $576,464 $761,194 $2,699,753
61% Republican
Conn. Sen. OPEN, Chris Dodd, D $477,727 $619,007 $598,810 $2,695,684
79% Democratic
Tex. 23 Ciro D Rodriguez, D $605,951 $482,269 $1,111,956 $2,688,148
53% Democratic
S.D. 1 Stephanie Herseth Sandlin, D $474,069 $522,846 $756,980 $2,651,621
78% Republican
Colo. 4 Betsy Markey, D $71,332 $129,064 $814,944 $2,641,503
49% Republican
N.Y. 20 Scott Murphy, D $502,579 $463,334 $633,394 $2,633,796
67% Republican
Wis. Sen. Russ Feingold, D $134,678 $642,676 $383,479 $2,631,861
88% Republican
Mo. 4 Ike Skelton, D $587,359 $651,558 $589,332 $2,621,166
52% Republican
Tenn. 8 OPEN, John Tanner, D $4,414 $0 $133,427 $2,572,248
100% Republican
N.M. 2 Harry Teague, D $188,595 $435,706 $422,601 $2,530,906
65% Democratic
Fla. 2 Allen Boyd, D $220,034 $1,106,075 $421,425 $2,523,806
62% Republican
Wis. 8 Steve Kagen, D $188,147 $777,889 $303,747 $2,515,908
53% Democratic
Hawaii 1 Charles Djou, R $553,561 $348,277 $494,572 $2,496,370
77% Democratic
Calif. 11 Jerry McNerney, D $931,434 $621,933 $256,389 $2,441,659
61% Democratic
N.H. 1 Carol Shea-Porter, D $67,672 $648,916 $443,133 $2,425,294
89% Republican
Pa. 10 Chris Carney, D $320,293 $610,505 $391,146 $2,409,837
73% Republican
N.Y. 24 Michael Arcuri, D $517,663 $343,769 $620,642 $2,409,102
58% Republican
Miss. 1 Travis W Childers, D $254,307 $428,535 $764,226 $2,392,209
57% Republican
Iowa 1 Bruce Braley, D $747,924 $627,703 $499,639 $2,367,930
72% Republican
Pa. 3 Kathleen Dahlkemper, D $37,290 $495,839 $485,859 $2,317,346
54% Republican
Fla. 25 OPEN, Mario Diaz-Balart, R $1,008,039 $566,788 $453,584 $2,215,405
90% Democratic
Tenn. 4 Lincoln Davis, D $818,378 $435,423 $936,236 $2,190,037
67% Republican
N.Y. 19 John Hall, D $630,751 $353,146 $251,073 $2,150,176
57% Republican
Ohio Sen. OPEN, George V Voinovich, R $48,997 $203,228 $273,187 $2,034,327
99% Republican
Ohio 6 Charlie Wilson, D $277,238 $959,864 $674,431 $2,009,200
68% Republican
N.C. 11 Heath Shuler, D $405,502 $586,344 $246,221 $1,988,592
66% Republican
Va. 9 Rick Boucher, D $146,299 $359,202 $516,845 $1,972,494
90% Republican
Ohio 13 Betty Sue Sutton, D $124,059 $43,636 $601,047 $1,920,640
96% Democratic
N.J. 3 John H Adler, D $765,630 $92,386 $379,055 $1,904,701
70% Democratic
Ga. 2 Sanford D Bishop Jr, D $549,824 $378,033 $593,550 $1,677,462
52% Republican
N.Y. 23 Bill Owens, D $592,532 $732,012 $173,269 $1,673,949
60% Democratic
Ky. 6 Ben Chandler, D $240,091 $273,471 $370,165 $1,666,160
67% Republican
W.Va. 3 Nick Rahall, D $373,139 $452,795 $325,254 $1,594,060
75% Republican
Del. Sen. OPEN, Ted Kaufman, D $94,116 $281,376 $268,446 $1,554,629
62% Democratic
Tex. 17 Chet Edwards, D $582,607 $293,217 $106,807 $1,535,184
59% Republican
Ariz. 7 Raul M Grijalva, D $371,486 $797,671 $315,677 $1,484,852
58% Democratic
Va. 2 Glenn Nye, D $104,569 $316,566 $377,343 $1,451,750
65% Democratic
Conn. 5 Chris Murphy, D $507,526 $392,333 $499,953 $1,399,831
74% Republican
Fla. 24 Suzanne Kosmas, D $4,296 $66,493 $210,218 $1,379,345
100% Republican
Fla. 8 Alan Grayson, D $54,268 $111,947 $335,199 $1,376,711
82% Republican
Ga. 8 Jim Marshall, D $17,240 $122,026 $242,061 $1,369,097
68% Republican
Calif. 20 Jim Costa, D $747,674 $127,222 $432,202 $1,308,101
57% Republican
Wash. 2 Rick Larsen, D $369,882 $353,724 $6,233 $1,297,567
52% Republican
Minn. 1 Timothy J Walz, D $317,197 $358,985 $368,804 $1,254,579
75% Republican
Wis. 3 Ron Kind, D $397,164 $40,810 $15,535 $1,203,624
87% Republican
Maine 1 Chellie Pingree, D $381,194 $485,608 $252,309 $1,190,666
91% Democratic
Ariz. 8 Gabrielle Giffords, D $180,472 $469,029 $242,987 $1,123,479
78% Republican
Iowa 3 Leonard L Boswell, D $201,567 $291,433 $129,855 $1,123,130
68% Democratic
N.Y. 1 Timothy H Bishop, D $147,865 $311,390 $102,103 $1,069,218
63% Republican
Fla. 22 Ron Klein, D $442,038 $154,246 $349,829 $1,023,795
56% Democratic
Calif. 3 Dan Lungren, R $20,256 $71,772 $697,812 $841,489
86% Republican
Iowa 2 David Loebsack, D $339,133 $223,079 $201,141 $787,353
75% Democratic
Ill. 11 Deborah Halvorson, D $3,543 $112,039 $36,769 $772,817
92% Republican
N.C. 7 Mike McIntyre, D $138,841 $135,455 $220,032 $764,704
65% Republican
N.Y. 25 Dan Maffei, D $96,559 $164,491 $419,748 $680,828
87% Republican
Wash. 8 Dave Reichert, R $1,243 $2,000 $59,921 $672,746
88% Republican
Calif. 18 Dennis Cardoza, D $0 $18,080 $439,201 $666,090
98% Democratic
Ore. 4 Peter DeFazio, D $224,944 $121,075 $125,800 $650,399
95% Republican
Calif. 44 Ken Calvert, R $0 $31,088 $50,200 $639,836
95% Republican
Ind. 8 OPEN, Brad Ellsworth, D $53,164 $3,107 $28,000 $638,759
100% Republican
N.Y. 22 Maurice Hinchey, D $364,566 $0 $266,397 $630,992
100% Republican
Ohio 12 Patrick J Tiberi, R $439 $241,410 $445 $620,352
92% Republican
Pa. 6 Jim Gerlach, R $2,252 $108,242 $500,407 $614,619
99% Republican
Ga. Sen. Johnny Isakson, R $0 $0 $373,945 $604,166
100% Republican
Pa. 4 Jason Altmire, D $0 $126,823 $10,244 $584,585
77% Republican
Miss. 4 Gene Taylor, D $193,984 $187,182 $176,153 $557,318
61% Republican
La. 2 Joseph Cao, R $5,825 $127,991 $224,878 $451,927
79% Democratic
N.C. 2 Bob Etheridge, D $18,890 $27,635 $5,628 $413,417
100% Republican
Mo. 3 Russ Carnahan, D $299,501 $77,006 $5,425 $398,736
96% Republican
Idaho 1 Walt Minnick, D $208,159 $34,040 $3,400 $394,071
54% Republican
Ohio 15 Mary Jo Kilroy, D $36,973 $8,839 $43,443 $390,398
86% Republican
Ohio 1 Steve Driehaus, D $28,532 $125,783 $38,215 $390,111
66% Republican
Ind. Sen. OPEN, Evan Bayh, D $5,682 $327 $15,000 $379,678
100% Republican
Utah Sen. OPEN, Robert F Bennett, R $5,645 $0 $102 $378,346
100% Republican
Ark. 4 Mike Ross, D $0 $124,627 $0 $347,775
100% Democratic
Okla 5 OPEN, Mary Fallin, R $0 $0 $0 $344,282
100% Republican
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, R $8,583 $44,163 $40,353 $343,493
89% Republican
Minn. 8 James L Oberstar, D $220,084 $111,849 $0 $331,933
100% Republican
Utah 2 Jim Matheson, D $56,510 $8,705 $0 $303,723
64% Democratic
N.C. Sen. Richard Burr, R $19,256 $17,759 $56,745 $280,825
100% Republican
Mass. 9 Stephen F. Lynch, D $0 $0 $0 $259,940
100% Democratic
Calif. 47 Loretta Sanchez, D $41,133 $192,597 $10,279 $258,215
98% Republican
Pa. 15 Charlie Dent, R $62,265 $102,925 $2,116 $232,491
73% Republican
Ind. 5 Dan Burton, R $0 $0 $0 $221,338
100% Republican
Ga. 9 Tom Graves, R $0 $0 $0 $221,048
100% Republican
S.C. 3 OPEN, Gresham Barrett, R $0 $0 $0 $220,233
100% Republican
N.J. 12 Rush Holt, D $1,383 $38,609 $3,900 $199,122
100% Republican
Kan. 3 OPEN, Dennis Moore, D $8,063 $8,550 $2,135 $198,652
100% Republican
Ohio 17 Tim Ryan, D $0 $92,490 $0 $195,345
100% Republican
Mass. 4 Barney Frank, D $72,973 $82,115 $19,797 $185,753
100% Republican
La. Sen. David Vitter, R $14,633 $94,421 $41,479 $185,617
92% Republican
Tex. 27 Solomon P Ortiz, D $4,095 $157,260 $0 $161,355
100% Republican
Mich. 3 OPEN, Vernon J Ehlers, R $6,311 $6,500 $11,843 $158,481
100% Republican
Wash. 1 Jay Inslee, D $0 $150,278 $0 $150,278
100% Republican
Okla 2 Dan Boren, D $0 $8,175 $0 $143,974
100% Democratic
Conn. 4 Jim Himes, D $54,237 $0 $87,739 $141,976
62% Republican
Ind. 3 OPEN, Mark Souder, R $542 $0 $0 $139,587
100% Republican
Ala. 7 OPEN, Artur Davis, D $0 $0 $0 $136,436
100% Democratic
N.J. 6 Frank Pallone Jr, D $17,407 $34,925 $15,638 $135,572
100% Republican
Ariz. 3 OPEN, John Shadegg, R $3,020 $16 $0 $132,615
100% Republican
Ark. 2 OPEN, Vic Snyder, D $30,275 $10,993 $45,819 $132,561
56% Democratic
Mich. 15 John D Dingell, D $19,900 $86,474 $18,800 $125,241
97% Republican
N.Y. Sen. A Kirsten Gillibrand, D $14,133 $2,220 $14,432 $123,017
99% Republican
Calif. 45 Mary Bono Mack, R $4,472 $96,754 $10,376 $115,773
93% Republican
Kan. 1 OPEN, Jerry Moran, R $0 $0 $0 $113,950
100% Republican
S.C. 1 OPEN, Henry Brown, R $7,314 $0 $0 $113,892
100% Republican
Tenn. 3 OPEN, Zach Wamp, R $0 $0 $0 $110,405
100% Republican
N.Y. 13 Michael E McMahon, D $0 $689 $1,010 $100,994
100% Republican
Kan. 4 OPEN, Todd Tiahrt, R $1,508 $1,433 $0 $100,592
100% Republican
Neb. 2 Lee Terry, R $1,180 $97,843 $0 $99,042
91% Republican
Del. 1 OPEN, Mike Castle, R $3,819 $47,500 $47,500 $98,819
100% Democratic
Calif. 19 OPEN, George Radanovich, R $1,146 $0 $0 $97,624
89% Democratic
Ga. 12 John Barrow, D $0 $0 $0 $91,861
100% Democratic
Ill. 8 Melissa Bean, D $970 $90,000 $0 $90,989
99% Democratic
Maine 2 Mike Michaud, D $87,727 $0 $0 $87,727
100% Republican
Mont. 1 Denny Rehberg, R $64,585 $0 $18,705 $83,290
100% Republican
Mass. 6 John F Tierney, D $39,950 $38,487 $1,717 $80,154
100% Republican
Ariz. Sen. John McCain, R $0 $0 $0 $76,258
73% Republican
Ohio 8 John Boehner, R $0 $17,096 $0 $69,415
100% Democratic
Minn. 3 Erik Paulsen, R $0 $0 $0 $64,750
100% Republican
N.J. 2 Frank A LoBiondo, R $0 $0 $0 $62,053
100% Democratic
Ore. 1 David Wu, D $10,824 $337 $0 $60,725
100% Republican
Ill. 9 Jan Schakowsky, D $949 $56,194 $0 $57,143
98% Democratic
Mo. 7 OPEN, Roy Blunt, R $1,399 $0 $0 $53,390
100% Republican
Ala. 1 Jo Bonner, R $0 $0 $0 $52,724
100% Democratic
Minn. 6 Michele Bachmann, R $5,982 $18,510 $23,519 $49,206
76% Republican
N.C. 5 Virginia Foxx, R $0 $41,680 $0 $41,680
100% Democratic
S.C. 2 Joe Wilson, R $7,499 $0 $0 $39,634
84% Republican
R.I. 1 OPEN, Patrick J Kennedy, D $2,017 $24,730 $3,690 $30,456
81% Democratic
Wash. 9 Adam Smith, D $1,599 $20,930 $6,122 $28,651
100% Republican
Mo. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D $0 $0 $0 $27,866
100% Republican
Ore. Sen. Ron Wyden, D $1,875 $0 $0 $27,775
93% Democratic
Ohio 9 Marcy Kaptur, D $0 $23,482 $0 $25,502
100% Republican
Calif. 36 Jane Harman, D $0 $0 $0 $22,958
100% Democratic
Fla. 10 C W Bill Young, R $18,715 $0 $2,539 $21,821
100% Republican
Fla. 12 OPEN, Adam H Putnam, R $1,820 $2,922 $14,626 $20,614
100% Republican
Mass. 3 James P McGovern, D $2,790 $9,135 $0 $13,485
92% Republican
Alaska 1 Don Young, R $0 $0 $8,123 $12,907
100% Republican
Colo. 1 Diana DeGette, D $10,880 $1,671 $0 $12,551
100% Democratic
Wash. 4 Doc Hastings, R $0 $0 $12,128 $12,128
100% Republican
Calif. 37 Laura Richardson, D $9,865 $0 $0 $10,939
90% Democratic
Ky. 3 John A Yarmuth, D $4,769 $0 $5,915 $10,716
90% Republican
Tenn. 6 OPEN, Bart Gordon, D $3,644 $0 $3,559 $10,426
100% Republican
Calif. 6 Lynn Woolsey, D $10,000 $0 $0 $10,000
0% Democratic
Fla. 5 OPEN, Ginny Brown-Waite, R $737 $0 $6,285 $9,756
100% Republican
Tex. 25 Lloyd Doggett, D $6,886 $0 $2,814 $9,700
100% Republican
Pa. 17 Tim Holden, D $0 $8,595 $0 $8,595
100% Democratic
Ala. 5 OPEN, Parker Griffith, R $8,387 $0 $0 $8,406
68% Democratic
N.Y. 29 OPEN, Eric Massa, D $3,151 $0 $4,908 $8,088
100% Republican
Idaho 2 Mike Simpson, R $0 $0 $0 $8,000
100% Republican
Calif. 53 Susan A Davis, D $7,983 $0 $0 $7,983
100% Republican
N.J. 4 Chris Smith, R $0 $3,242 $0 $7,957
100% Republican
Wyo.  1 Cynthia Marie Lummis, R $0 $0 $7,883 $7,883
100% Republican
Va. 8 Jim Moran, D $7,754 $0 $0 $7,754
100% Republican
N.D. Sen. OPEN, Byron L Dorgan, D $1,137 $0 $0 $7,435
100% Republican
Mo. 8 Jo Ann Emerson, R $2,991 $0 $4,032 $7,059
100% Republican
Colo. 2 Jared Polis, D $5,655 $658 $0 $6,313
100% Democratic
Kan. Sen. OPEN, Sam Brownback, R $0 $0 $0 $6,147
100% Republican
Calif. 8 Nancy Pelosi, D $1,390 $1,095 $1,051 $6,036
100% Republican
N.J. 5 Scott Garrett, R $0 $5,864 $0 $5,864
100% Republican
Tex. 29 Gene Green, D $5,759 $0 $0 $5,759
100% Republican
Ark. 3 OPEN, John Boozman, R $1,188 $0 $2,545 $5,332
100% Republican
Mo. 5 Emanuel Cleaver, D $5,000 $0 $0 $5,000
100% Democratic
N.M. 3 Ben R Lujan, D $1,090 $0 $0 $4,460
100% Republican
S.C. Sen. James W DeMint, R $1,444 $944 $1,083 $3,796
100% Republican
Mich. 2 OPEN, Peter Hoekstra, R $3,021 $0 $460 $3,674
100% Republican
Calif. 23 Lois Capps, D $438 $3,107 $0 $3,545
100% Republican
N.Y. 4 Carolyn McCarthy, D $0 $2,975 $0 $3,003
100% Republican
Colo. 6 Mike Coffman, R $1,976 $884 $0 $2,860
100% Democratic
La. 3 OPEN, Charlie Melancon, D $2,715 $0 $0 $2,715
100% Republican
Calif. 48 John Campbell, R $0 $0 $0 $2,708
100% Republican
Calif. 26 David Dreier, R $0 $0 $0 $2,587
100% Republican
N.C. 13 Brad Miller, D $429 $0 $0 $2,010
100% Republican
Mich. 5 Dale E Kildee, D $1,844 $0 $0 $1,844
100% Republican
N.Y. Sen. B Charles E Schumer, D $0 $237 $1,456 $1,693
100% Republican
Colo. 5 Douglas L Lamborn, R $1,347 $0 $0 $1,347
100% Democratic
Pa. 1 Robert A Brady, D $0 $0 $0 $902
100% Democratic
Colo. Sen. Mark Udall, D $0 $0 $0 $758
100% Republican
Pa. 13 Allyson Schwartz, D $0 $643 $0 $643
100% Republican
Okla Sen. Tom Coburn, R $0 $0 $0 $313
100% Republican
Ala. Sen. Richard C Shelby, R $0 $0 $0 $301
100% Republican
S.D. Sen. John Thune, R $0 $0 $0 $299
100% Republican
Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo, R $0 $0 $0 $279
100% Republican
Fla. 19 Ted Deutch, D $0 $0 $0 $138
100% Democratic
Ohio 2 Jean Schmidt, R $113 $0 $0 $113
100% Republican
Mich. 4 Dave Camp, R $0 $0 $0 $111
100% Republican
Mich. 10 Candice S Miller, R $0 $0 $0 $88
100% Republican
Mich. 8 Mike Rogers, R $0 $0 $0 $78
100% Republican
Mich. 6 Fred Upton, R $0 $0 $0 $74
100% Republican
Mich. 11 Thad McCotter, R $0 $0 $0 $73
100% Republican
Mich. 12 Sander Levin, D $0 $0 $0 $68
100% Republican
Calif. 24 Elton Gallegly, R $0 $0 $68 $68
100% Republican
N.Y. 14 Carolyn B Maloney, D $0 $0 $0 $57
100% Democratic
Mich. 13 OPEN, Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick, D $0 $0 $0 $35
100% Democratic
Mich. 14 John Conyers Jr, D $0 $0 $0 $27
100% Republican
Minn. 4 Betty McCollum, D $0 $0 $0 $19
100% Republican
Kan. 2 Lynn Jenkins, R $0 $0 $0 $7
100% Republican
Nev. 1 Shelley Berkley, D $0 $0 $0 $1
100% Republican
Nev. 2 Dean Heller, R $0 $0 $0 $1
100% Republican
SOURCES: Federal Election Commission filings; Washington Post research

NOTE: Totals represent spending in calendar year 2010 and will change as new filings are made or information is amended. Data includes "electioneering communication" and electronically-filed "independent expenditure" spending reported to the Federal Election Commission. Spending on "issue ads" targeting candidates will not be included if it is more than 30 days before a primary or more than 60 days before the general election. "Weeks on list" shows the total number of weeks that a group or race has been in the top ten throughout the year.

By T.W. Farnam and Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso -- The Washington Post
 

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