Third-quarter fundraising numbers have continued pouring in this week, with House and Senate candidates revealing what their campaign coffers look like about a year out from the midterm elections. And a governor facing a competitive reelection announced her third quarter number, too.
Here's what caught our attention today:
* Former Dollar General CEO David Perdue (R) raised $1.8 million for his Georgia Senate campaign, including a $500,000 donation from himself and another $500,000 he loaned his campaign. Perdue, who has about $1.3 million cash on hand, is competing in a crowded GOP primary.