LITTLE ROCK — Republican U.S. Sen. John Boozman’s re-election campaign reported raising over $652,000 in the fourth quarter of 2015, more than double the amount raised in the same period by Democratic challenger Conner Eldridge of Fayetteville.

LITTLE ROCK — Republican U.S. Sen. John Boozman’s re-election campaign reported raising over $652,000 in the fourth quarter of 2015, more than double the amount raised in the same period by Democratic challenger Conner Eldridge of Fayetteville.


Sunday was the deadline for candidates for federal offices to file year-end reports on their fundraising and expenditures with the Federal Election Commission.


Boozman reported raising $652,241 and spending $212,024 in the final three months of last year. He reported that his cash on hand as of Dec. 31 was $1.56 million.


Eldridge’s campaign said in a news release that the former U.S. attorney raised $308,876 in the fourth quarter of 2015 and ended the year with $448,268 on hand.


Reports by Boozman’s GOP primary challenger, Curtis Coleman of Little Rock, and Libertarian Frank Gilbert of Tull were not available by late Monday afternoon.


A campaign spokesman for U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Hot Springs, said Monday that Westerman raised $122,805 and spent $45,670 in the fourth quarter of 2015. The campaign ended the year with $262,206 in cash on hand.


No information was immediately available on fundraising by Westerman’s Libertarian challenger, Kerry Hicks of Mena. No Democrat is seeking the office.


U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Little Rock, reported that his campaign raised $263,825 and spent $83,446 in the final three months of last year. The campaign had $722,970 in cash on hand as of Dec. 31.


Hill’s GOP primary opponent, online school manager Brock Olree of Searcy, reported raising $717 and spending $15,497 in the fourth quarter of 2015. Olree has loaned $15,000 to his campaign, which had $220 in cash on hand at the end of the year.


The campaign of former Little Rock School Board President Dianne Curry, Hill’s Democratic challenger, said in an email that Curry raised $20,850 and spent $11,349 in the final three months of last year. The campaign said it had about $9,500 on hand as of Dec. 31.


No fundraising information was immediately available for Pulaski County resident Chris Hayes, who is running as a Libertarian for Hill’s congressional seat.


U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, R-Rogers, reported that his campaign raised $155,327 and spent $53,621 in the fourth quarter of 2015. The campaign ended the year with $1 million in cash on hand.


No fundraising information was immediately available for Womack’s Libertarian challenger, Steve Isaacson of Eureka Springs, who was nominated by the Libertarian Party to replace Nathan LaFrance after LaFrance withdrew to take a job out of state. No Democrat is seeking the office.


U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford, R-Jonesboro, reported that his campaign raised $71,437 and spent $67,904 in the final three months of last year. The campaign had $422,874 in cash on hand as of Dec. 31.


No fundraising information was immediately available for Crawford’s Libertarian challenger, Mark West of Sulphur Rock. No Democrat is seeking the office.


Arkansas’ primary election will be March 1. The general election will be Nov. 8.