Today’s the deadline for candidates for federal office to file their reports detailing their receipts and expenditures for the third quarter, from July 1 through Sept. 30. Since Hawaii’s primary fell during the quarter, some of the data had already been available, but most of it is new.
Three filings are already in, with more hopefully arriving soon. When we have everything, we’ll synthesize it all for you. Meantime, here’s a taste with links to the source documents.
- Mazie Hirono — Raised nearly $147,000 from July 1 through July 22 and $1.28 million from July 23 through Sept. 30 for a quarter total of $1.4 million. She spent $597,000 in the first three weeks of July and another $2.19 million since then, leaving her with $689,000 cash on hand heading into October.
- Colleen Hanabusa — Raised $16,000 from July 1 through July 22 and $200,000 from July 23 through Sept. 30 for a quarter total of $216,000. She spent $34,000 in the first segment and $283,000 in the second segment, leaving her with $396,000 cash on hand at the end of September.
- Mufi Hannemann — Raised $41,000 through July 22 and $71,000 since for a grant total of $112,000. He spent $303,000 and then $296,000, leaving him with $167,500 cash on hand heading into October. He’ll need that to pay back the personal loans he gave to the campaign — $150,000 in July and $12,000 in September. The filing shows he pledged his $628,000 home as collateral for the July loan.
Still coming at some point soon: Linda Lingle, Charles Djou, Tulsi Gabbard.
— Michael Levine