The campaign finance watchdogs at the Center for Responsive Politics have just released the numbers on which politicians in the U.S. House raised the most money in 2005. Here's the breakdown:

BIGGEST FUNDRAISERS, U.S. HOUSE, 2005

1 Tom DeLay (R-Texas) $2,973,065
2 Dennis Hastert (R-Ill) $2,606,272
3 Doris Matsui (D-Calif) $1,839,023*
4 Melissa Bean (D-Ill) $1,777,730
5 Henry Bonilla (R-Texas) $1,743,735
6 Roy Blunt (R-Mo) $1,658,524
7 John Campbell (R-Calif) $1,646,455*
8 John P. Murtha (D-Pa) $1,631,820
9 Nick Lampson (D-Texas) $1,603,453+
10 Marilyn Musgrave (R-Colo)$1,574,905
11 Tom Reynolds (R-NY) $1,549,353
12 Eric Cantor (R-Va) $1,459,897
13 Jim Gerlach (R-Pa) $1,448,333
14 David McSweeney (R-Ill) $1,438,025
15 Allyson Schwartz (D-Pa) $1,423,417

Something tells me DeLay won't be holding that #1 spot anymore.