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Daily Kos elections 1st quarter 2021 Summary of the Senate’s donation reports

Note: As the January 6th runoff in Georgia’s special election for the Senate declined during the normal first quarter reporting period, Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock’s recent FEC filings do not coincide with the start and end of the quarter. Warnock’s campaign said it raised $ 5.7 million from January 6 to March 31, and it was reported that the quarter closed with $ 5.6 million in cash.

Below is an explanation of each column:

Under “Party,“A designation with” -inc “refers to an incumbent.”1Q raised“is the amount the candidate received for donations from donors during the reporting period. This includes referrals from other committees, but does not include self-financing or loans.”Self fund“is the amount of contributions and / or loans a candidate made with their personal resources for their own campaign during the reporting period. This number, if any, will not be counted in the” Increased “column.”Consumed“is the amount of money the campaign spent during the reporting period.”cash register“is the total cash on hand for the campaign at the end of the reporting period.”Increased CTD“is the amount the candidate received as donations from donors at the end of the reporting period. This includes referrals from other committees, but not self-financing or loans.”Self-Financing CTD“is the amount of contributions and / or loans a candidate has made for their own campaign using their previous personal resources at the end of the reporting period. This figure, if any, is not included in the” Raised CTD “column.

When you click through to view the above chart in tabular form, you will see three additional columns on the right:

“”Spent CTD“is the amount of money the campaign spent at the end of the reporting period through the last cycle.”transfer“is the amount of money transferred from other political committees during the reporting period. This number, if any, is counted in the” Elevated “column.”CTD transmitted“is the amount of money transferred from other political committees during the reporting period. This number, if any, is counted in the” Elevated CTD “column.

Ultimately, all of the money received from all sources is reflected in each candidate’s cash on hand, minus expenses.

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