Maynard received several thousand in donations from local law firms, including $3,350 from eight lawyers at Jackson Kelly, based in Charleston.
Donors in the fishing industry, from Atlantic Coast states including Massachusetts and Rhode Island, gave Rahall $4,000.
American Indian lobbying groups and cruise ship lines, which depend on federally approved gambling revenues, gave Rahall $6,800 during the latest reporting period, in addition to $21,500 in earlier contributions.
During the earlier FEC reporting period ending on April 21, Maynard raised $16,550 from coal industry donors. Rahall raised $59,000 from coal company officials, coal political action committees and the United Mine Workers.
During the most recent reporting period, Rahall received $3,500 in new contributions from Arch Coal and Consol Energy.
Maynard received a large portion of his new contributions from coal industry contributors and their relatives, especially those associated with Massey Energy and the International Coal Group.
Ten Massey donors gave Maynard contributions worth $15,600, while 22 ICG donors gave him $18,900.
Maynard received $15,150 more from donors at other coal companies, including: Alpha Natural Resources, Booth Energy Corp., Patriot Mining, Pritchard Mining and International Industries, a company founded by James "Buck" Harless from Gilbert.
During the latest reporting period, Maynard received another $10,000 from donors associated with mine machinery companies including Phillips Machine Service, Walker Machinery, Rish Equipment and Joy Global.
In May 2008, Maynard lost a bid for another 12-year term on the West Virginia Supreme Court in the Democratic Party primary election.
Less then four months before the primary, photographs were published showing Maynard vacationing in July 2006 on the French Riviera with Don Blankenship, CEO of Massey Energy. At the time, Massey had several cases on appeal before the state Supreme Court.
In late January 2010, Maynard switched his party registration to Republican in order to challenge Rahall for the congressional seat he first won in 1976.
Reach Paul J. Nyden at pjny...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5164.