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On the cusp of the Nov. 4 election, Western North Carolina’s state legislators and their electoral challengers have filed their latest campaign finance reports. The documents detail all of the candidates’ receipts and expenditures for the third quarter of 2014, which saw a frenzy of fundraising in many districts.

Carolina Public Press has compiled the reports and posted them below, along with fundraising totals for all of the candidates. The totals include both financial donations and the value of in-kind contributions.

Find your district and your current state legislators by visiting Who Represents Me?, a service of the N.C. General Assembly.

The documents are organized by district, first for the state Senate, then for the state House.

State Senate incumbents and their challengers

Here are the most recent campaign finance reports from WNC’s state senators and their challengers in this fall’s election.

State senate districts for North Carolina’s 18 westernmost counties. Carolina Public Press graphic, excerpted from N.C. General Assembly map

State House incumbents and their challengers

Here are the most recent campaign finance reports from WNC’s state representatives and their challengers in this fall’s election.

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