North Carolina's U.S. representatives have $4.3 million in cash on hand.
Campaign finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission show most of the dozen House members with decent war chests at the end of the first quarter of 2009.
Democratic Rep. Heath Shuler of Waynesville was doing the best, with $1.1 million leftover after his recent election to a second term in Congress. Republican Rep. Virginia Foxx of Banner Elk was a close second, with around $942,000.
In general, the state's Democrats were doing better than the Republicans. Democratic Reps. Bob Etheridge of Lillington and Mike McIntyre of Lumberton had more than a half-million dollars, and Rep. David Price of Chapel Hill more than a quarter-million.
The list after the jump.