News Center

May 20th, 2010

Brenna Findley Posts Impressive Fundraising Numbers

More articles by »
Written by: Craig Robinson
Tags: , ,

Iowa Republicans are excited about Brenna Findley’s campaign to be Iowa’s Attorney General. You can see the excitement when she is speaking to groups across the state, and that excitements can also be seen in her fundraising report.

Findley raised $124,077.80 in the first five months of 2010, and has $95,528.32 cash on hand. Her opponent, Attorney General Tom Miller only raised $15,748.00 and has $105,457.69. Miller was first elected Iowa’s Attorney General in 1978.

Findley’s ability to out-raise an entrenched incumbent like Miller is impressive. Not only is the $124,000 raised impressive, but her campaign also has over 700 donors. Her strong fundraising shows that Iowans are ready for a new Attorney General. Her groundbreaking campaign shows that she has an active, engaged operation throughout the state.

The political environment is also tailor-made for Findley. Not only is she running against an entrenched incumbent, but she is also running in a year when people are talking about state’s rights in response to immigration and healthcare laws that have been passed.

Findley is a conservative fireball that will give Miller fits. Frankly, I’m shocked to see how little he raised. It looks like he didn’t take Findley seriously. I’m sure all of that changed yesterday when he saw her dollars raised.

Photo by Dave Davidson


About the Author

Craig Robinson
Craig Robinson serves as the founder and Editor-in-Chief of TheIowaRepublican.com. Prior to founding Iowa's largest conservative news site, Robinson served as the Political Director of the Republican Party of Iowa during the 2008 Iowa Caucuses. In that capacity, Robinson planned and organized the largest political event in 2007, the Iowa Straw Poll, in Ames, Iowa. Robinson also organized the 2008 Republican caucuses in Iowa, and was later dispatched to Nevada to help with the caucuses there. Robinson cut his teeth in Iowa politics during the 2000 caucus campaign of businessman Steve Forbes and has been involved with most major campaigns in the state since then. His extensive political background and rolodex give him a unique perspective from which to monitor the political pulse of Iowa.




blog comments powered by Disqus