Gabbard, seeking her third term representing Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional District, spent $148,000 in the most recent reporting cycle.
Gabbard’s primary opponent, Shay Chan Hodges, raised just $3,100, spent $147 and had about $3,000 left in cash.
Republican Eric Hafner reported no financial activity, while the FEC said another Republican, Angela Aulani Kaaihue, listed no records at all.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard at the Taste of Hawaii festival on The Hill in D.C. in June.
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Nonpartisan candidate Richard Turner listed a zero balance.
Meanwhile, in the race for the 1st Congressional District, former Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa raised $152,000 in the second quarter, spent less than $12,000 and had $167,000 in cash.
Her six opponents in the Democratic primary — Lei Ahu Isa, Howard Kim, Javier Ocasio, Steve Tataii, Sam Puletasi and Lei Sharsh-Davis — either filed no records with the FEC or reported no financial activity.
Same goes for Libertarian Alan J.K. Yim and nonpartisan Calvin Griffin.
But Republican Shirlene Ostrov did raise a little dough: $2,400.
Second quarter reports for U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz, a Democrat, were not posted as of Sunday. When they are, we will report those figures along with that of his opponents.
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