In First Months Of Governor Race Sarah Huckabee Sanders Raises $5 Million
Sarah Huckabee Sanders is leading the campaign for governor of Arkansas.
In the first months of her bid, the former White House press secretary has raised almost $5 million.
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Sarah Sanders raises almost $5 million for the Arkansas governor’s campaign in less than three months.
Sarah Sanders, President Trump’s press secretary, has raised nearly $5 million in the few months after announcing her candidacy for governor of Arkansas.
The $4.8 million war chest shattered every campaign’s quarterly fundraising records in the state.
Sanders’ campaign said 34,700 people donated, with out-of-state donors accounting for the bulk of the money. Arkansans contributed more than $1.5 million. Ninety percent of the contributions were for less than $100.
Sanders emphasized in-state contributions in a statement. “I am thankful for the generous support of so many Arkansans — we hosted over 50 events in Arkansas in 60 days and collected over 6,500 donations throughout the state’s 75 counties. “Our message of less government and more education and prosperity is clearly resonating,” she said.
Sanders, who entered the race on Jan. 25, will face Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge in a GOP primary next year. The primary will take place in more than a year, and the general election will take place in November 2022.
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders' campaign says she has raised nearly $5 million over the past three months in her bid to become Arkansas' next governor. The figure breaks the record for quarterly fundraising in the state. https://t.co/yqzsz3TyC3
— The Associated Press (@AP) April 15, 2021
“I am grateful for the generous support of so many Arkansans,” Sanders said.#Arkansas gubernatorial candidate @SarahHuckabee has set a new state fundraising record with $4.8 million in first-quarter contributions, her campaign said. https://t.co/wVbjYLo6uc
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) April 16, 2021