U.S. Rep. Andy Barr raised more than $361,000 for his re-election bid in the first quarter of 2014, leaving him with more than $1.1 million in cash on hand at the start of spring, his campaign reported Monday.
Barr, R-Lexington, began the year with just more than $900,000 in cash.
During the first quarter, Barr raised more than $257,000 from individuals and about $104,000 from political action committees.
Elisabeth Jensen, the likely Democratic nominee to challenge Barr in November, has not yet released her first-quarter haul.
Jensen finished 2013 with about $245,000 in cash on hand after she loaned her campaign $100,000 and raised $100,000 in the fourth quarter.