Momentum Builds for E-PAC with Over $95K Raised for Total of Nearly $500K Raised for 2020
Glens Falls, NY: Congresswoman Elise Stefanik’s campaign today announced a third quarter fundraising total of more than $450,000. Stefanik’s 2020 re-election campaign received donations from each of the 12 counties in New York’s 21st Congressional District, and now has almost $1.3 million cash on hand.
Stefanik’s third quarter results reflect the strongest off-year financial and political support of any candidate in district history and underscore thecommanding advantage over failed 2018 candidate and current 2020 Democrat Tedra Cobb.
“This record level of support reflects my independent record of always putting the North Country first, and of reaching across the aisle to deliver real results for our district,” said Congresswoman Stefanik.“I look forward to continuing to build ourtremendous grassroots network of volunteers and supporters, and to winning in 2020.”
The Stefanik campaign today also announced that E-PAC, Stefanik’s organization aimed at electing more GOP women, raised over $95,000 for the quarter for a total of almost $500,000 raised since its re-launch. Stefanik has already contributed the maximum allowable amount to all current female Republican incumbents and has been in contact with over 200 interested female candidates, some of whom decided to run for Congress during E-PAC’s launch event in January.
E-PAC has now donated a total of $125,000 to 24 women, including both Republican candidates and congressional incumbents.Earlier today, the Stefanik campaign said the first slate of E-PAC supported candidates will be announced later this fall, with additional recruits to be added later this cycle.
Stefanik 3rdQuarter Facts:
- Total raised in 3rd quarter: Over $450,000;
- Total cash on hand for 2020: Nearly $1.3 Million;
- Donations from every county in the 21st District;
- Total raised in 3rd quarter for E-PAC: Over $95,000;
- E-PAC total raised since re-launch: Almost $500,000;
- E-PAC donations of $125K to 24 GOP females’ incumbents and candidates
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