Special Report

Congressional Candidates Raising the Most Money From Individuals This Year

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15. Rep. Kevin Mccarthy
> Contributions from individuals Jan. 1 – June 30, 2021: $3,931,866 (62.3% of total)
> Political affiliation: Republican Party
> Congressional body: House of Representatives
> Constituency: California’s 23rd District
> Seat status: Incumbent

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14. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto
> Contributions from individuals Jan. 1 – June 30, 2021: $4,125,817 (80.5% of total)
> Political affiliation: Democratic Party
> Congressional body: Senate
> Constituency: Nevada
> Seat status: Incumbent

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13. Rep. Daniel Crenshaw
> Contributions from individuals Jan. 1 – June 30, 2021: $4,403,047 (84.9% of total)
> Political affiliation: Republican Party
> Congressional body: House of Representatives
> Constituency: Texas’ 2nd District
> Seat status: Incumbent

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12. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
> Contributions from individuals Jan. 1 – June 30, 2021: $4,525,387 (94.8% of total)
> Political affiliation: Republican Party
> Congressional body: House of Representatives
> Constituency: Georgia’s 14th District
> Seat status: Incumbent

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11. Rep. Katherine Porter
> Contributions from individuals Jan. 1 – June 30, 2021: $4,611,331 (94.3% of total)
> Political affiliation: Democratic Party
> Congressional body: House of Representatives
> Constituency: California’s 45th District
> Seat status: Incumbent

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