Fundraising wrap-up: McCaskill, Dold post big quarters
• Sen. Orrin HatchOrrin HatchInsurers: GOP should keep pre-existing condition protections DOJ pitches agreements to solve international data warrant woes Senate feels pressure for summer healthcare vote MORE (R-Utah) raised $1.3 million during a period that included the state's GOP delegate caucuses. If Hatch survives the party convention, which it looks like he will, he'll have a huge warchest for his primary.

• Former Rep. Mark Neumann (R-Wis.) raised $650,000 in the quarter, and did not release his total cash on hand. He has the backing of some D.C.-based conservative groups but is facing a tough four-way primary against former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson (R), state Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald (R) and big-spending businessman Eric Hovde (R), who has already spent close to a half-million dollars on ads since he jumped in a few weeks ago.

• New Hampshire Democrat Ann McLane Kuster raised $350,000 and has more than $1 million in the bank for her run against Rep. Charlie Bass (R-N.H.). She has outraised Bass in previous quarters, although he hasn't released this quarter's numbers yet.

• Former Orlando Police Chief Val Demings raised $330,000 and has nearly $500,000 cash on hand. She's running against Rep. Dan Webster (R-Fla.) in a GOP-leaning district.

• Businessman Paul Hirschbiel raised $325,000 and has $670,000 in the bank for his race against Rep. Scott RigellScott RigellGOP rushes to embrace Trump GOP lawmaker appears in Gary Johnson ad Some in GOP say Trump has gone too far MORE (R-Va.). Both are wealthy and are likely to partly self-fund their campaigns in the Republican-leaning Virgina Beach-based district.

• California State Sen. Tony Strickland (R) raised a strong $770,000 for the open swing district in southern California.

• Businessman Jay Chen (D) raised $300,000 in two months and has $247,000 cash on hand for his uphill battle against Rep. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) in a Republican-leaning district.

• Democrat Michelle Lujan-Grisham raised $200,000 and has almost $350,000 for her primary against former Albuquerque Mayor Marty Chavez (D) and liberal favorite Eric Griego (D) in the slightly Democratic-leaning district. She has the backing of the pro-abortion-rights group EMILY's List, but Chavez is the clear front-runner.

This post was updated at 9:05 p.m.