HELENA -- Democratic U.S. House candidate Jason Ward of Hardin reported late Monday that he has raised about $9,200 for his campaign, including a $5,800 loan from himself.
Ward, a farmer and construction manager for the Crow tribe, is one of seven Democrats running for Montana's open U.S. House seat.
Reports from the other six candidates were filed Sunday and earlier Monday, and the results were reported Monday by the Gazette State Bureau.
Ward reported raising about $3,400 in donations, in addition to the loan from himself. He's spent about $7,600 and had $1,600 remaining in his campaign account March 31.
The leading Democratic fundraisers in the race are state Sen. Kim Gillan of Billings and state Rep. Franke Wilmer of Bozeman, who've raised $242,000 and $225,000, respectively.