Congresswoman Martha McSally announced today that she raised over $1 million in the second quarter of 2017, bringing her cash on hand total to just under $1 million with no outstanding debt. The vast majority of the campaign contributions she received were from small individual donations.
“Supporters are lining up behind Congresswoman McSally as she continues to demonstrate an independent streak of getting things done for Southern Arizona. That’s clear from the fact that 81% of the donations she received this quarter are from 9,813 individuals whose average donation was less than $60,” said McSally Campaign Manager Anthony Barry in statement from the campaign office. “McSally’s effective, results-driven track record of fighting for her constituents in DC has mobilized broad and committed support. The exciting thing is that she is just getting started.”
In the first months of the 115th Congress, Rep. McSally has already passed seven bills out of the House, secured full funding and new wings for the A-10, supported the missions and operations of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and Ft Huachuca, blocked double standards and required Members of Congress to abide by the laws they pass, and fought for policies that will secure the border and support economic activity.
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