10/16 UPDATE: All figures for state races are now updated as filed, along with cash on hand figures for all campaigns.

With fundraising reports due today for all statewide candidates in Colorado, both federal and state-level, numbers are starting to trickle out of the campaigns. Check back at this post as we will update it until we get all candidates’ totals.

Incumbents are in italics. Cash on hand is in parentheses if available.

(Mike Kopp, Amy Stephens and Wayne Williams all announced after the end of the fundraising period, so there are no figures to report for them)


John Hickenlooper (D): $224,236 ($733,772)

Tom Tancredo (R): $180,961 ($134,626)

Greg Brophy (R): $92,471 ($28,512)

Scott Gessler (R): $108,495 ($88,270)

Mike Kopp (R): N/A

U.S. Senate

Mark Udall (D): $1.1 million ($4.1 million)

Ken Buck (R): $300,282 ($246,554) *includes a $72,000 transfer

Owen Hill (R): $250,411 ($190,000)

Amy Stephens (R): N/A

Randy Baumgardner (R): not reported yet

6th Congressional District

Mike Coffman (R): $500,000+ ($1.2 million)

Andrew Romanoff (D): $524,771 ($1,334,500)


Walker Stapleton (R): $344,274 ($309,083)

Betsy Markey (D): $99,989 ($79,531)

Pat Quinn (D): $33,300 ($7,135)

Attorney General (open race)

Cynthia Coffman (R): $64,500 ($50,800)

Mark Waller (R): $64,908 ($55,400)

Don Quick (D): $43,000 ($123,742)

Secretary of State (open race)

Wayne Williams (R): N/A

Joe Neguse (D): $74,136 ($75,440)