Fundraising numbers are beginning to trickle in as candidates in New Hampshire, Colorado and Wisconsin touted their figures Wednesday.

Wisconsin House candidate Sean Duffy (D) announced he raised $470,000 in the second quarter and now has almost $670,000 in the bank. Duffy faces state Sen. Julie Lassa (D) for the seat being vacated by Rep. David Obey (D-Wis.). Lassa announced she raised $313,928 since entering the race on May 10.

Two Republican Senate candidates also released their figures Wednesday. Jane Norton (Colo.) announced she raised more than $900,000 in the second quarter. A spokeswoman for her campaign said Norton has "just over" $600,000 left in the bank. Her primary rival, Ken Buck, has not released his fundraising numbers.

In New Hampshire, former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte (R) announced she raised more than $720,000. The campaign noted it was her best quarter to date, despite being under scrutiny for her role in the Financial Resources Mortgage scandal. New Hampshire Democrat Paul Hodes has yet to release his numbers.

The second quarter ended June 30th. Numbers are due to the FEC by July 15th.

--Updated at 6:03 p.m.