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New fundraising reports out today

WASHINGTON — Today is the deadline for candidates to submit their fourth-quarter fundraising reports to the Federal Election Commission. We’ll keep a running tally of the reports as they trickle in today.

The numbers below show much each candidate raised in the fourth fundraising quarter of 2011, between October and December. It also shows how much they currently have on hand. You can search the reports yourself here.

We’ll provide more analysis on these numbers once most them have come in. Here are the links to our articles on the first, second and third quarter fundraising reports.

U.S. Senate:

Amy Klobuchar, Democrat (incumbent): $1 million in contributions. $4.6 million on hand.

Dan Severson, Republican: $46,300 in contributions. $34,000 on hand.

Joe Arwood, Republican: No report yet

Anthony Hernandez: No report yet

First District

Tim Walz, Democrat (incumbent): $209,000 in contributions. $617,000 on hand.

Mike Parry, Republican: No report yet

Al Quist, Republican: $2,200 in individual contributions, $4,000 in loans from the candidate. $5,500 on hand.

Second District

John Kline, Republican (incumbent): $260,000 in contributions. $873,000 on hand.

Third District

Erik Paulsen, Republican (incumbent): $316,500.00 in contributions. Just more than $1 million on hand.

Brian Barnes, Democrat: $53,000 in contributions. $28,000 on hand.

Sharon Sund, Democrat: $16,500 in contributions. $14,600 on hand.

Fourth District

Betty McCollum, Democrat (incumbent): $128,200 in contributions. $175,300 on hand.

Daniel Flood, Republican: $4,000 in contributions. $1,200 on hand.

Fifth District

Keith Ellison, Democrat (incumbent): $243,000 in contributions. $142,000 on hand.

Chris Fields, Republican: $20,300 in contributions. $8,400 on hand.

Lynne Torgerson, Republican: $12,000 in contributions. $6,500 on hand.

Sixth District

Michele Bachmann, Republican (incumbent): Bachmann reported more than $1.7 million in contributions to her presidential campaign account. In all, she is around $450,000 in debt heading into her House re-election campaign.

Seventh District

Collin Peterson, Democrat (incumbent): $114,000 in contributions. $676,000 on hand.

Lee Byberg, Republican: $54,000 in contributions. $128,600 on hand.

Eighth District

Chip Cravaack, Republican (incumbent): $206,000 in contributions. $515,000 on hand.

Jeff Anderson, Democrat: $22,000 in contributions. $13,000 on hand.

Tarryl Clark, Democrat: No report yet

Rick Nolan, Democrat: No report yet

Devin Henry can be reached at dhenry@minnpost.com. Follow him on Twitter: @dhenry

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