WASHINGTON — Members of Oklahoma's congressional delegation and potential challengers filed campaign finance reports this week with the Federal Election Commission. Rep. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma City, raised the most money between July 1 and Sept. 30, while Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore, had the biggest war chest on Oct. 1.
Rep. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma City
Net contributions: $205,330
Money from Political Action Committees (PACs): $53,500
Cash on Oct. 1: $454,738
Largest PAC donations: Cox Enterprises, $5,000; Devon Energy, $5,000; Every Republican is Crucial PAC (House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.), $5,000; Koch Industries, $2,500; Associated Builders and Contractors, $2,500.
Tom Guild, Edmond, Democrat
Net contributions: $4,512
Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore
Net contributions: $70,847
Largest PAC donations: American Chemistry Council, $2,500; Deloitte Federal, $2,500; Exxon Mobil, $2,500; Holcim U.S. Inc. $2,500; Honeywell International, $2,500; National Multi-Housing Council, $2,500.
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