from the various Congressional campaigns. The list isn't complete (the due date is the 15th) but here's a partial summary of reports from active committees (not necessarily active candidates) -
Key: Candidate name, affiliation - total contributions, PAC $, individual contributions, cash on hand
Trent Franks, Republican - $49563.00, $23,500, $26,063.00, $72,153.87
John Thrasher, Democrat - $2,218.51; $0; $2,215.00; $3,619.87
Annie Loyd, Independent - $12139.24; 0; $12139.24; $5001.16
Ed Pastor, Democrat - $53,935.94; $39,190.94; $14,745.00; $1,229,812.71
Laura Knaperek, Republican - $30,700.00; $0; $30,700.00; $28,846.25
Larry King, Democrat - $0; $0; $0; $0
CD5 Note: Laura Knaperek's max contributors ($4600) include Ken Kendrick, owner of the Diamondbacks, and Randy Kendrick, lawyer. Other contributors include Nathan Sproul (Arizona's version of Karl Rove) and his wife Tiffani, who gave $2300 each.
Eva Bacal, Democrat - $0; $0; $0; $2,957.80
Gabrielle Giffords, Democrat - $663,297.91; $228,891.49; $434,406.42; $407,041.71
Yet another note: Some other blogs have reported numbers for other candidates (Sonoran Alliance post on the Ogsbury campaign in CD5 here) but until the FEC posts them, I won't list them. I'm not saying that SA has it wrong (their source is an email from the campaign, which is good enough for me) but I want to be consistent. The numbers that candidates tout to their supporters can be different than the ones they report to the FEC.
The FEC numbers count more. :))
Yes, it's a little early for this post, but I work weekends and won't have the time to do a more complete post until early next week.