Democratic incumbent Rep. Jerry McNerney, of Pleasanton, has a comfortable lead in the cash race against 11th District GOP nominee David Harmer, of San Ramon.
According to federal election filings posted tonight, McNerney has raised $2.42 million, double that of Harmer.
McNerney also has three times more money in the bank as of Sept. 30, the close of the filing period.
McNerney: $2.42 million in contributions; $1.22 million in expenses; $8,024 in debts; and $1.5 million in cash on hand at the close of the reporting period. Within contributions, 66 percent, or $1.6 million, came from individuals, while 34 percent, or $818,803, came from political parties or political action committees. Click here to read McNerney’s latest FEC report.
Harmer: $1.3 million in contributions; $928,517 in expenses; $28,817 in debts; $489,278 cash on hand at the close of the reporting period. Within contributions, 88 percent, or $1.14 million, came from individuals while 12 percent, or $158,740, came from political parties or political action committees. Click here to read Harmer’s latest FEC report.