An update on who's got what money for his congressional campaign. All data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics from reports filed with the Federal Elections Commission.
As of Sept. 30:
Steve Chabot, Republican, incumbent: $567,414 raised; $178,056 spent; and $434,212 on hand.
Greg Harris, Democrat: $5,820 raised; $2,152 spent; and $3,667 on hand. (Data as of June 30.)
Rob Portman, Republican, incumbent: $1,228,175 raised; $674,291 spent; and $1,280,540 on hand.
Charles Sanders, Democrat: $10,032 raised; $10,012 spent; and $80 on hand.
3rd District (open seat):
Mike Turner, Republican: $817,550 raised; $652,389 spent; and $165,160 on hand.
Rick Carne, Democrat: $471,073 raised; $182,714 spent; and $288,359 on hand.
John Boehner, Republican, incumbent: $950,701 raised; $938,577 spent; and $79,682 on hand.
Jeff Hardenbrook, Democrat: $9,574 raised; $6,961 spent; and $2,612 on hand.
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