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Ryan leads House fundraising; GOP freshmen turn in solid numbers

GOP U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan continues to be the best fundraiser in Wisconsin’s House delegation. But freshman Reps. Sean Duffy and Reid Ribble are proving to be no slouches, either.

Duffy, likely the top Dem target among Wisconsin Republicans next fall, reported raising $240,760 in his first three months as a congressman. The Ashland Republican spent $70,311 in the first quarter and ended the period with $235,024 cash on hand.

Ribble raised $212,692 in the period and ended the quarter with $207,853 cash on hand. The De Pere Republican spent $24,714 in the period.

Meanwhile, Ryan had almost $3.2 million in his warchest at the end of the first quarter, according to his latest campaign finance filing with the FEC. The House Budget chair from Janesville reported $338,938 raised during the period and $147,211 spent. His cash balance was nearly four times more than the second highest warchest among Wisconsin U.S. reps.

Other first quarter campaign finance totals:

- Dem U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin of Madison reported a warchest of $708,566 after raising $98,090 and spending $65,152.

- U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, D-La Crosse, raised $187,446 during the first three months of 2011 and had $181,386 cash on hand. Kind’s report shows he spent $60,410 and had $4,500 in debts.

- Dem U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore of Milwaukee reported raising $95,406, spending $65,603 and ending the quarter with $46,792 cash on hand.

- Menomonee Falls Republican Jim Sensenbrenner reported $360,906 cash on hand. He raised $35,936 and spent $28,877 in the first three months of the year.

- U.S. Rep. Tom Petri, R-Fond du Lac, had the next highest cash on hand total at $892,988. He raised $88,553 and spent $46,014 during the period.


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