AUGUSTA — New federal campaign finance reports Democratic U.S. Rep. Michael Michaud has raised $714,192 in his race for a sixth congressional term.

Reports due Sunday with the Federal Election Commission show Michaud with $497,398 in cash on hand through the first quarter of 2012.

Michaud’s Republican challenger in Maine’s 2nd District, Kevin Raye, says his campaign outpaced the incumbent in contributions from Mainers during the first three months of 2012.

Raye, the Maine Senate president who filed his candidacy in January, raised $152,476 through March 31, and reports $115,900 in cash on hand.

In southern Maine’s 1st District, Democratic incumbent Rep. Chellie Pingree reports $512,744 in contributions overall and $173,651 in cash on hand in her campaign for a third term. Republican candidate Jon Courtney’s figures were not immediately available.