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Foxx leads N.C. congressional delegation with $1.2 million cash-on-hand at end of 2010 cycle

Rep. Virginia Foxx (R) leads the entire North Carolina congressional delegation with $1,204,438 in cash-on-hand (COH) at the end of the 2010 fundraising cycle,

Rhyley Carney
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Last updated: Jul 31, 2020 | Feb 04, 2011

Rep. Virginia Foxx (R) leads the entire North Carolina congressional delegation with $1,204,438 in cash-on-hand (COH) at the end of the 2010 fundraising cycle, through December 31, 2010. No other N.C. members were in the top 100 in COH among the entire U.S. Congress.

Already a prime target for Republicans in the redistricting process, North Carolina Democrat Rep. Larry Kissell ranked last in COH with $9,834. Other Democrats likely to face tough battles in 2012 include Heath Shuler ($77,980) and Mike McIntyre ($35,155).

Renee Ellmers, the lone Republican freshman among the delegation, has $231,768 COH.

Here’s a breakdown on cash-on-hand numbers and the amount raised and spent during the cycle:

NC-1, G.K. Butterfield (D), $173,000 COH; $828,000 raised; $794,000 spent

NC-2, Renee Ellmers (R), $231,000 COH; $1,139,876 raised; $908,000 spent

NC-3, Walter Jones (R), $127,000 COH; $672,000 raised; $577,000 spent

NC-4, David Price (D), $10,000 COH; $994,000 raised; $1,335,750 spent

NC-5, Virginia Foxx (R), $1,204,438 COH; $853,000 raised; $575 spent

NC-6, Howard Coble (R), $181,000 COH; $503,000 raised; $925,000 spent

NC-7, Mike McIntyre (D), $35,000 COH; $1,320,793 raised; $1,886,262 spent

NC-8, Larry Kissell (D), $9,000 COH; $1,104,141 raised; $1,105,922 spent

NC-9, Sue Myrick (R), $155,000 COH; $1,038,833 raised; $997,000 spent

NC-10, Patrick McHenry (R), $84,000 COH; $1,015,155 raised; $1,002,397 spent

NC-11, Heath Shuler (D), $77,000 COH; $1,347,011 raised; $2,212,737 spent

NC-12, Mel Watt (D), $107,000 COH; $604,000 raised; $591,000 spent

NC-13, Brad Miller (D), $68,000 COH; $930,000 raised; $899,000 spent

Greg Giroux, an analyst for Bloomberg Government, compiled these figures for all 435 member of Congress.

Rhyley Carney | Rhyley Carney is a New York Times bestselling author, anthology editor, comic book writer, magazine feature writer, playwright, content designer, and writing teacher/lecturer who has won five Bram Stoker Awards. More than a dozen countries have purchased her novels.

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