But Rep. McNerney remains substantially ahead of Harmer in the overall money race: McNerney has raised $1.7 million for his re-election campaign compared with Harmer’s $782,549.
The Democrat has considerably more cash on hand than Harmer, as well, reporting $1.2 million. Harmer showed cash on hand of $233,046.
But keep in mind, McNerney had no primary campaign and could focus almost solely on raising money the first half of the year. Harmer had three primary opponents.
In other congressional races (figures are for election cycle as of June 30):
Rep. George Miller, Democrat: $777,124 in contributions; $318,754 in expenses; debts of $694; and $463,970 cash on hand.
Rick Tubbs, Republican: July quarterly report not yet available on FEC.
Rep. John Garamendi, Democrat: $334,212 in contributions; $321,213 in expenses; $50,664 in debts; and $108,508 cash on hand.
Gary Clift, Republican: Second quarter report not yet available on FEC.
Jeremy Cloward, Green: Second quarter report not yet available on FEC.