With less than two weeks before the primary, candidates for U.S. House of Representatives have filed their Federal Election Commission disclosures for July 1 through Aug. 20.
In Congressional District 1, Republican upstart Daniel Innis ended the period with $67,000 cash on hand, well below the $188,000 of his opponent Frank Guinta.
Guinta outpaced Innis in fundraising during the period by a margin of $34,000 to $23,000, but also reported $289,000 in debt.
Innis loaned his campaign $10,000.
Whoever wins the primary will still have an uphill battle: Democratic incumbent Carol Shea-Porter brought in $119,000 during the same period, and ended with $654,000 cash on hand.
Shea-Porter's campaign spent $77,000 during the period, compared to $99,000 spent by Guinta and $85,000 spent by Innis.
In Congressional District 2, candidate Marilinda Garcia outpaced her primary opponent Gary Lambert in fundraising, bringing in $111,000.
Lambert only raised $13,000, as well as a personal $50,000 loan.
Lambert did end the period with more cash on hand than Garcia, $211,000 to $118,000. He also outspent Garcia, $159,000 to $118,000.
Democratic incumbent Ann McLane Kuster is well ahead of all three Republican candidates. She raised $287,000, while spending $395,000. She ended with $1.6 million on hand.