Republican Congressman Charles Djou and Democrat Colleen Hanabusa have both topped $2 million in fundraising in their race for the 1st Congressional District.

The most recent federal election fundraising reports show Djou raised more than Hanabusa in September, with Djou maintaining his lead. But Hanabusa appeared positioned to make the bigger final push, having started October with more cash on hand.

Here’s a breakdown of the federal candidates’ reports:

Charles Djou

The congressman raised $351,590 from Aug. 30 to Sept. 30, according to filings with the Federal Election Commission.

Those additions bring Djou’s total fundraising to $2.08 million as of Sept. 30, including $123,938 cash on hand at the start of the election. Of that amount, $1.6 million has come from individual contributions, and $447,955 from political committees.

Djou spent $362,286 during the one-month period, and $1.8 million for the election to date. As of Sept. 30, he had $395,003 cash on hand.

Read Djou’s summary report online.

Colleen Hanabusa

In the same one-month period, Hanabusa brought in $336,296. She has raised $2.04 million to date through Sept. 30 — impressive since since started with $5,808 cash on hand.

The Hanabusa campaign spent $192,463 between Aug. 30 to Sept. 30, and $1.5 million for the election to date. Most of her contributions have come from individual donors — $1.46 million — with the rest coming from political committees. As of Sept. 30, she had $547,486 cash on hand.

Read Hanabusa’s summary report online.

Mazie Hirono

In the race for the 2nd Congressional District, incumbent Democrat Mazie Hirono brought in $100,791 in contributions from Aug. 30 to Sept. 30. As of Sept. 30, she had raised $918,706.

Hirono’s expenses for the reporting period totaled $459,596, and $876,871 for the election cycle. As of Sept. 30, she had $368,189 cash on hand.

Read Hirono’s summary report online.

John Willoughby

As of Tuesday afternoon, Hirono’s Republican challenger John Willoughby had not filed a report for the Aug. 30-Sept. 30 period.

Through Aug. 29, Willoughby had raised $16,081 and spent $14,158.

Read his latest report online.

Dan Inouye

Incumbent U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye brought in contributions totaling $69,979 between Aug. 30 and Sept. 30. That brings his fundraising total to date to $3.6 million.

Inouye, who is running for his ninth consecutive term, spent $146,490 during the latest reporting period, and $2.86 million to date. As of Sept. 30, he had $1.74 million cash on hand.

Read Inouye’s summary report online.

Cam Cavasso

As of Tuesday afternoon, Republican senate candidate Cam Cavasso had not filed a report for the Aug. 30-Sept. 30 period. As of Aug. 29, Cavasso’s campaign had raised $218,557 and spent $215,539.

Read his latest report online.

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