The FEC has posted candidates' quarterly financial reports online.
Summary of interesting stuff for Arizona's Congressfolk and would-be Congressfolk -
Ed Pastor of CD4 has the most cash on hand, at $1,185,109.24 but in a bit of a surprise, freshman Gabrielle Giffords of CD8 is second with a whopping $941,489.64.
Whoever the Reps throw against her next year will have a steep uphill fight.
In terms of fundraising, the two freshman Democrats in Congress, Giffords and Harry Mitchell of CD5, led the way raising $580,637.32 and $354,638.52 respectively.
Coming in 3rd, however, playing catch-up to (and surpassing) the surprising fundraising totals of challenger Bob Lord from last quarter's reports, Republican John Shadegg of CD3 raised $311,532. He now has a lead in cash on hand over Lord by approximately $50K.
Leading the state's Congressional delegation in the 'seriously scuffling' category is Republican Rick Renzi of CD1.
He's down to $20,418.16 cash on hand after raising just over $40k during the quarter.
The best part of the numbers? He paid out $25,000 in legal fees, and owes over $100K more.
And speaking of a (former) Congressman with legal issues, here are JD Hayworth's numbers:
Cash on hand: $23,134.64 (that's good news)
Raised: $0 (that's better news)
Spent: $107,879.42, with nearly $100K of that in legal fees. (that's *great* news :) )