The Federal Elections Commission has released the details of candidates' campaign funding ahead of the election in American Samoa tomorrow.
Incumbent GOP Congresswoman Aumua Amata Radewagen has raised almost $US63,000 this year through mid-October for her re-election bid.
Democratic challenger and former Education Director Vaitinasa Salu Hunkin-Finau raised almost $42,000 including $7,000 in candidate contributions, while Democrat Mapu Jamias raised just under $12,000.
Two other minor candidates, commercial boat owner Tim Jones, an independent, and Meleangi Suitonu Chapman, a Democrat, did not file campaign finance reports, even though they are on the ballot.
Congresswoman Radewagen spent more than $42,000 on her re-election effort through the latest filing, while Ms Hunkin-Finau spent over $38,000.
Paepaetele Mapu Jamias spent a bit over $8,000 and had about $3600 left in the remaining weeks before the election.
That compared with $4600 left over for Hunkin-Finau and more than $21,000 remaining for Republican Radewagen.