CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- U.S. Rep. Nick J. Rahall raised $171,031 between April 22 and June 30, according to his latest campaign filing with the Federal Election Commission.
Elliott "Spike" Maynard, his Republican opponent, raised $133,776. Maynard won the Republican congressional primary on May 11.
During the 2009-10 election cycle, the Keep Nick Rahall in Congress Committee has raised $778,624, while Spike Maynard for Congress has raised $186,026.
At the end of the current reporting period on June 30, Rahall, a Democrat, had nearly $1.6 million in his campaign coffers, while Maynard had $114,510.
The Committee to Re-Elect Joe Manchin gave Rahall $1,000.
Sarah Palin's SARAH-PAC gave Maynard $3,500 and Shelley Moore Capito for Congress gave him $2,000.
Mylan Inc., a political action committee run by Milan Puskar in Morgantown, gave Rahall $3,000, while Morgantown real-estate owner Perry Petroplus gave Maynard $1,000. (In an earlier reporting period, Puskar gave Maynard $2,400.)
Both Rahall and Maynard received health-industry contributions.
Maynard received 10 contributions worth $7,050 from physicians and groups including the American Association of Clinical Urologists.
Rahall got five health-related donations worth $5,900, including the American Physical Therapy Association.
The American Medical Association's PAC gave $1,000 to each candidate.
Rahall received at least $46,500 from unions and labor-affiliated groups during the current reporting period, in addition to more than $95,000 during the previous period. Maynard received no contributions from unions.
Rahall also received $23,000 from railroad PACs and company executives, as well as $5,000 from the National Beer Wholesalers Association.