This week, state and local candidates on the primary ballot had to report how much the amount of money they raised and spent between Jan. 1 and March 17.
The money raised includes both donations and any loans.
Here’s a roundup of the latest fundraising:
42nd ASSEMBLY SEAT
Incumbent Brian Nestande: The Palm Desert Republican raised $23,400, spent $40,699 and has $88,177 in cash on hand.
Challenger Mark Orozco: The Beaumont Democrat raised $17,822, spent $3,855 and has $19,363 in cash on hand.
56th ASSEMBLY SEAT
Incumbent V. Manuel Pérez: The Coachella Democrat raised $58,305, spent $57,061 and has $155,935 in cash on hand.
Challenger Corky Reynaga-Emett: Fundraising details for the Indio Republican was not available on the California Secretary of State’s website today.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT SEAT 1
Incumbent Victoria Cameron raised $28,425, spent $19,933 and has $9,087 in cash on hand.
Challenger Tom Eckhardt has formed a campaign committee but fundraising details were not available on the Riverside County Registrar of Voters’ website today.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT SEAT 2
Incumbent James Cox loaned himself $50,000, spent $18,800 and has $31,202 in cash on hand.
Challenger Michael Kennedy has not yet formed a campaign committee, according to the Riverside County Registrar of Voters’ website.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT SEAT 9
Incumbent Craig Riemer raised $19,448, spent $26,431 and has $68,356 in cash on hand.
Challenger John Henry raised $73,701, spent $56,558 and has $83,411 in cash on hand.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT SEAT 12
Incumbent Gary Tranbarger raised $31,700, spent $19,726 and has $11,977 in cash on hand.
Challenger Richard Nixon raised $31,988, spent $17,439 and has $14,549 in cash on hand.
The candidates in the 36th Congressional race — Republican Rep. Mary Bono Mack and her Democratic challenger, Dr. Raul Ruiz — have until mid-April to release their next fundraising reports.