2014 senate elections

Quick Reference Money Chart for 2014 Senate Races

New campaign finance reports of incumbents and candidates for the U.S. Senate in 2014  show eight incumbents have war chests of over $5 million at the end of the first quarter of the year.  

Roll Call has produced a quick reference chart  of this year's first quarter receipts and expenditures for the major candidates in the 2014 U.S. Senate races.  

Super PAC Spends $1 Million Against Thom Tillis

A Democratic-oriented super PAC reported late Friday that it has spent over $1 million against a Republican U.S. Senate candidate.  

The Senate Majority Fund  reported that it spent $1,018,130 against Thom Tillis , R-N.C., in the U.S. Senate race in North Carolina. The Super PAC reported paying $999,000 on 3/26 to Waterfront Strategies (DC) for media buys as independent expenditures opposing Tillis. The PAC also paid $19,130 on 3/26 to SKDKnickerbocker (DC) for media production costs as an independent expenditure against Tillis.