Democrat Ro KhannaRohit (Ro) KhannaThe DCCC's 'blacklist' protects a white male political status quo This week: Senate barrels toward showdown on impeachment witnesses Warren calls for Brazil to drop charges against Glenn Greenwald MORE continued his strong fundraising pace, though for the first time he was outraised by Rep. Mike HondaMichael (Mike) Makoto HondaYoung insurgents aren't rushing to Kennedy's side in Markey fight Ex-congressman launching PAC to defend Dem seats in 2020 Silicon Valley lawmaker backs Apple in terror case MORE (D-Calif.) in their race.


Khanna brought in $450,000 in the last three months and has nearly $2 million in the bank, his campaign announced. He'd raised $500,000 in the quarter before.

Honda raised $650,000 in the same period, the first time he's outraised Khanna in the race. Honda has about half the money his challenger does, with roughly $1 million in the bank.

While Khanna may have the cash edge now, he seems to be spending it at a high rate — he also had almost $2 million in the bank three months ago, a sign he's burning through campaign funds at a fast clip.

The two Democrats are locked in what will likely be an expensive two-stage race. The duo and two Republicans are squaring off in an all-party summer primary, with the top two vote-getters advancing to a November faceoff in the Democratic district.