Democratic U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar has raised $800,000 in the last three months and has $4.86 million on hand as she heads into the final three-week stretch before Election Day, the Star Tribune reported.
The spokesman for Klobuchar's Republican challenger, Kurt Bills, says he won't release his financial report until he's required to do so next week, but at last report, Bills had $6,000 on hand and raised about $400,000 for his campaign. Klobuchar has raised $9.6 million this election cycle, the paper said.
In the 2nd District, Republican U.S. Rep John Kline revealed that he's has $1.4 in the bank at the beginning of October, and raised $286,000 in the third quarter, the Pioneer Press reported. He has raised $2.1 million in the current election cycle.
Kline's Democratic opponent Mike Obermueller has yet to release information on his current finances.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Tim Walz reported bringing in $320,000 for the third quarter and he heads into the 1st District race with just under $790,000 in the bank, MPR reported.
Walz's challenger, Republican Allen Quist, has yet to release a report on his current finances.