Arizona's incumbent members of Congress are keeping up the push to raise money for the next election cycle, although it is more than a year away.

Phoenix Rep. Kyrsten Sinema raised more than any other sitting federal representative in the campaign finance reporting period from January to March.

Sinema, a Democrat, brought in $333,062, and has $307,061 on hand if she chooses to run for reelection next year.

She is one of three Democrats whom the National Republican Congressional Committee is hoping to unseat in the 2014 election cycle. The others are Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, who represents the district that stretches from Oro Valley to Utah, and Rep. Ron Barber, who represents eastern Tucson and Cochise County.

Kirkpatrick raised more than $314,000 in the first three months of the year, and Barber raised about $297,000.

In contrast, those who had less competitive races last November raised far less money, ranging from about $41,000 for West Valley Phoenix-area Rep. Trent Franks, to Scottsdale and northern Phoenix-area Rep. David Schweikert, with $141,866.

The same trend is apparent in how much money candidates have on hand. Those who had competitive November general elections have more money saved than their opponents or those with less competitive races.

For example, Barber's Republican opponent Martha McSally raised about $8,399 and has $33,678 on hand. He has $327,873 on hand.

Kirkpatrick's opponent last year, Jonathan Paton, raised $296 in the first quarter of 2013 and has $2,082 on hand if he chooses to run again.

Other campaign finance reports show people who aren't running for office are also still raising money.

Gabrielle Giffords' campaign committee is still active. While she didn't raise any money and does not have any paid staff, her committee spent $1,432 to move its campaign office. The Giffords for Congress committee has $304,904 in the bank.

The next campaign finance reports for candidate committees are due in July.

Jan Brewer's Political Action Committee, Jan PAC, filed a year-end report and will file its next spending records in July. Last year, records show she spent $714,329. She had $214,533 cash on hand at the end of 2012.

View candidate and committee reports on the Federal Election Commission website.