First-year U.S. Sen. TammyBaldwin raised $146,565 from April through June, according to her latest FEC filing. Of that amount, $28,500 came from political action committees, such as the American Association for Homecare PAC ($5,500), National Confectioners PAC ($2,000) and Boeing PAC. ($1,000). During that same period of time, Baldwin spent $122,917 and had $68,642 on hand. So far this year, she’s raised a total of $197,640. On the GOP side, U.S. Sen. RonJohnson, R-Oshkosh, reported raising $224,379 during the second quarter. He spent $201,791 during that span and had an ending cash balance of $111,741.
For the year to date, Johnson has raised $1.5 million and spent nearly $2 million. He also disclosed debts and obligations of $600,000. -- By Staff
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan once again raised by far the most campaign funding among the Wisconsin House delegation, according to a WisPolitics.com review of second quarter fundraising reports to the Federal Election Commission.
Ryan, R-Janesville, reported raising $988,921 between April and June. That included a total of $5,200 from Mitt Romney, who elevated the Janesville Republican to the party's national ticket during his bid for president last year.
Ryan's campaign reported spending $468,599 in the latest reporting period, and had an ending cash balance of nearly $2.2 million. The campaign also reported $129,103 in debts and obligations as of June 30. For the year to date, Ryan has raised more than $1.4 million and spent $982,983.
Here's a look at the rest of the Wisconsin delegation's fundraising:
*U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Madison: Raised $155,585 and spent $101,518 during the period, finishing the quarter with $132,038 cash on hand. For the year to date, Pocan raised $257,441 and spend $231,328.
*U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, D-La Crosse:Reported raising $336,023 in the second quarter of 2013, while spending $98,451, to finish the period with $864,286 cash on hand. He also reported $4,500 in debts and obligations. For the first six months of the year, Kind raised $592,070 and spent $293,769.
*U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Milwaukee:Disclosed $105,730 in the bank after raising $153,079 and spending $97,765 in the second quarter. Between January and June, she raised $296,056 and spent $203,655.
*U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Menomonee Falls:Reported raising $55,374 and spending $41,942 during the quarter, giving the longtime GOP congressman a warchest of $275,600 as of June 30. For the first half of 2013 overall, Sensenbrenner reported raising $66,154 and spending $90,378.
*U.S. Rep. Tom Petri, R-Fond du Lac:Reported $137,554 raised and $58,087 spent in the second quarter. Since January, Petri has raised $195,064 and spent $119,942 overall. As of June 30, his campaign warchest stands at $984,702.
*U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Weston:Raised $330,725 between April and June while spending $73,943. He had $479,752 in the bank as of June 30. Duffy has raised $557,270 and spent $398,217 during 2013 to date.
*U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Sherwood:Raised $203,114 in the second quarter while spending $53,115. He had $481,567 cash on hand. For the first six months of the year to date, Ribble raised $336,883 and spent $272,047.