LAS VEGAS -- Republican Rep. Joe Heck, who is seeking re-election in Nevada's 3rd Congressional District, ended March 31 with $1,238,995 cash on hand.
Records filed Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission indicate Heck raised $364,986 in campaign contributions in the first three months of the year and spent $146,140. For the election cycle he has raised $1,424,715 and spent $528,579.
Campaign contribution disclosures from Democrat Erin Bilbray, who is hoping to unseat Heck, indicated she ended March 31 with $426,518 cash on hand. She raised $271,528 and spent $90,533 in the first three months of the year. For the election cycle she has raised $689,348 and spent $262,430.
Rep. Steven Horsford, a Democrat seeking re-election in Nevada's 4th Congressional District, reported $287,317 cash on hand through March 31. He raised $219,160 and spent $99,636 in the first three months of 2014. For the election cycle he has raised $880,151 and spent $604,224.
One of the Republican challengers in that district, Cresent Hardy, reported $102,390 cash on hand as of the end of last month. He raised $45,608 and spent $48,880 from January through March. For the election cycle he has raised $169,344 and spent $66,954.
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