Senator Tina Smith and Representative Ilhan Omar lead the Minnesota congressional delegation in fundraising for the second quarter of 2019.
|Name||District||Party||Money Raised 2019 Q2||Cash on Hand|
|Sen. Tina Smith||DFL||$1.5 million||$2 million|
|Rep. Jim Hagedorn||CD1||GOP||$197,000||$320,000|
|Rep. Angie Craig||CD2||DFL||$570,000||$700,000|
|Rep. Dean Phillips||CD3||DFL||$178,000||$174,000|
|Rep. Betty McCollum||CD4||DFL||$118,000||$225,000|
|Rep. Ilhan Omar||CD5||DFL||$616,000||$950,000|
|Rep. Tom Emmer||CD6||GOP||$376,000||$544,000|
|Rep. Collin Peterson||CD7||DFL||$160,000||$834,000|
|Rep. Pete Stauber||CD8||GOP||$355,000||$410,000|
Candidates faced a midnight deadline Monday to file their second-quarter campaign finance reports with the Federal Elections Commission. The reports illustrate their fundraising and spending between April and June and give an early picture of which candidates are in a strong (or potentially weak) position heading into the 2020 election.