In the quarter that ended June 30, Grisham raised more than $459,000 while Arnold-Jones raised just under $113,000. Grisham ended the reporting period with more than $203,000 to Arnold-Jones’ $78,000.
In the most recent reporting period, which ran from May 17 to June 30, Grisham raised just over $353,000, which included a $60,000 loan from herself, according to her report. Arnold-Jones raised a little more than $70,000, according to her report.
Arnold-Jones has struggled to raise money, and this was her best fundraising quarter to date.
2nd District race
Meanwhile, in Southern New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District race, Republican incumbent Steve Pearce raised more than $223,000 between May 17 and June 30, according to his report. He ended the reporting period with almost $815,000 on hand.
3rd District race
And in Northern New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District race, Democratic incumbent Ben Ray Luján raised just under $103,000 between May 17 and June 30, according to his report. He ended the reporting period with $416,000 on hand.