UPDATED, 4:34 p.m. Friday, to reflect the day's filings. Changes are in bold face.
Tuesday was the deadline for legislative candidates to file their pre-primary campaign finance reports.
I'll have more analysis from the reports here in the next couple days, but what I have posted here is a quick look at who has raised what, so far this election season.
Three important caveats:
1. This figures also reflect a candidate's cash on hand heading into the election year. In some cases, that is a significant figure. Sen. Patti Anne Lodge, R-Huston, for instance, came into 2012 with $39,998 in the campaign kitty.
2. I haven't broken down where the money is coming from — at least in this quick breakdown. A lot of these numbers are inflated by money the candidates have put into their own races, or loans. For example, Maurice Clements, the former legislator running against Lodge, has loaned $15,000 to his campaign.
3. These numbers are still subject to change. Candidates who receives a contribution of a $1,000 or more after filing their the pre-primary report must file a separate form within 48 hours. The fundraising totals reflect these "48-hour" reports, as posted by the secretary of state's office as of Wednesday morning.
That said, these numbers still give a pretty good indication of who's campaigning aggressively — and where the money is flowing. The most eye-popping numbers are the $50,000-plus war chests amassed by Lodge and fellow Senate incumbent Curt McKenzie, R-Nampa. Like Lodge, McKenzie faces spirited opposition in Tuesday's GOP primary.
Here are the raw numbers, as of Friday:
• District 10 Senate, GOP: Jim Rice (incumbent), $10,934; Kent Marmon, $1,686.
• District 10 House A, GOP: Brandon Hixon, $4,810; Jarom Wagoner, $1,500.
• District 11 Senate, GOP: Patti Anne Lodge (incumbent), $60,348, including $1,000 in new contributions; Maurice Clements, $19,050.
• District 11 House A, GOP: Gayle Batt (incumbent), $25,288; Greg Collett, $1,260.
• District 11, House B, GOP: Christy Perry (incumbent), $22,059; Matt Dorsey, $11,715; Ronalee Linsenmann, $8,406; John Gough, $392.
• District 12 Senate, GOP: Todd Lakey, 17,793; Robert Schaefer (now serving in House), $10,576, including a $1,000 contribution from the Idaho Association for Good Government, a PAC formed by state Rep. (and fellow state Senate candidate) Bob Nonini, R-Coeur d'Alene.
• District 12 Senate, Democrat: Maria Mabbutt, $139; Melissa Sue Robinson, no money raised.
• District 12 House A, GOP: Robert Anderst, $10,371; Roger Hunt, $1,500; Steve Nible, $815.
• District 12, House B, GOP: Rick Youngblood, $11,725; Sherri Nible, $815; Aaron Gonzalez, no money raised.
• District 13 Senate, GOP: Curt McKenzie (incumbent), $53,857; Hubert Osborne, $12,928.
• District 14 Senate, GOP: Marv Hagedorn (now serving in House), $18,278; Stan Bastian, $7,364; Gary Bauer, $1,600.
• District 14 House B, GOP: Reed DeMordaunt (incumbent), $12,140; Michael Greenway, $391.
• District 15 House A, Democrat: Richard Keller, $2,284; John Hart, $375.
• District 15, House B, GOP: Mark Patterson, $7,225; Curtis Ellis, $6,850.
• District 16, House B, Democrat: Hy Kloc, $11,425; David Honey, no money raised.
• District 16, House B, GOP: Graham Paterson, $4,180; Fairy Hitchcock, $18.
• District 17 Senate, GOP: Judy Peavey-Derr, $850; Thomas Bullock, no money raised.
• District 17, House B, Democrat: Sue Chew (incumbent), $5,716; Greg Nielson, $225.
• District 18, Senate, Democrat: Branden Durst, $6,356; Matthew Duncan ($250).
• District 18, House B, GOP: John Hruby $6,694; Brad Bolicek, $800.
• District 19, House A, Democrat: Mathew Erpelding, $13,986; Troy Rohn, $8,681; J. Dallas Gudgell, $5,664.
• District 19, House A, GOP: Geoffrey Talmon, $270; Mike Washburn, $40.
• District 19, House B, Democrat: Brad Goodsell, $11,270; Holli High Woodings, $10,284; Andy Edstrom, no money raised.
• District 20, House A, GOP: Joe Palmer (incumbent), $18,235; Richard Dees, $3,500; Chris MacCloud, $1,000.
• District 20, House B, GOP: Tom LeClaire, $7,213; James Holtzclaw, $5,468; Patrick Malloy, $5,005.
• District 21, House A, GOP: Robert Simison, $24,074; Steven Harris, $8,200; Parrish Miller, $2,925.
• District 21, House B, GOP: Charles Hoffman, $9,695; Mike Vuittonet, $7,973; Thomas Dayley, $1,662; Lori Shewmaker, $910.
• District 22, House B, GOP: Fred Tilman, $9,700; Jason Monks, $8,733; Michael Law, $1,245; Stephen Warren, $125.