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Sen. Warren Raking in $1M Per Month in Re-Election Fundraising

Phil Hall
Oct 16, 2017
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is amassing more $1 million per month in the fundraising for her 2018 re-election bid

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is amassing more $1 million per month in the fundraising for her 2018 re-election bid.
 
According to an Associated Press report, Warren’s campaign brought in about $3 million during the third quarter and approximately $3.4 million in the second quarter. Warren surprised many by announcing her re-election bid shortly after New Year’s Day, and her first quarter haul totaled $5.2 million. The campaign claims that more than three-quarters of its contributions were in sums of $25 or less.
 
Over on the Republican side, the effort to replace Warren includes announced candidacies from former Mitt Romney aide Beth Lindstrom, state Rep. Geoff Diehl, technology entrepreneur Shiva Ayyadurai and businessman John Kingston, who has put $3 million of his own funds into his campaign.

 
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