Republican freshman Renee Ellmers leads the three Triangle members of Congress in building a campaign war chest for next year's election, according to the Federal Election Commission.
Ellmers, who represents the second district, reported raising $342,623 and having $291,890 on hand as of Sept. 30th. That compared to Democrat David Price, who represents the 4th district, who reported raising $287,235 and having $128,223 on hand.
Democrat Brad Miller, who represents the 13th district, reported raising $126,306 and having $126,877 on hand.
The Republican legislature has redrawn the 13th district, turning it from a Democratic-leaning district into a heavily Republican district. Miller has said he is considering running in the 4th district, where map makers have put his Raleigh apartment.
On the Republican side in the 13th district race, former U.S. Attorney George Holding has reported raising $234,846 including $45,050 he loaned his campaign. He had $45,385 cash on hand and $45,000 in debt.
Wake County commissioners chairman Paul Coble reported raising $101,516. He reported $80,087 on hand and $470 in debt.
Bill Randall, who was the GOP nominee in 2010, raised $5,565 and had $3,738 on hand and $42,022 in debt.
Robert Johnson, an Iraqi veteran, raised $937 and had $75 on hand.