The King For Congress campaign released their fundraising numbers from April 1-May16’s FEC report. The report, which is due on May 24, is the final report before the June 5 Iowa primaries. Congressman Steve King, who doesn’t face a primary challenger, raised over $350,000 in just six weeks and will report $1 million cash on hand. The announcement comes as King prepares to launch his “Restoring Our American Dream” town hall tour and open an Ames office this week.
The Des Moines Register: King has more than $1 million on hand for race against Vilsack
If there were any question that the Steve King versus Christie Vilsack race will be a battle royale, King’s new fundraising numbers show he’s preparing for a fight.
King now has more than $1 million in cash on hand, campaign manager Jake Ketzner said Friday. In the past six weeks alone, King has brought in $350,000, Ketzner said.
The Sioux City Journal: King sitting on $1 million in campaign cash
U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, appears poised to rush past his largest fundraising quarterly total ever after raising $350,000 in the first six weeks of the current quarter.
On Friday campaign spokesman Jimmy Centers said King has continued a brisk fundraising pace in the first half of the second quarter, drawing $350,000 through May 16 and bringing the total of campaign cash on hand to $1 million.
King launches the Restoring Our American Dream campaign tour Monday in Sac City. The tour will proceed through north central and central Iowa towns.
King’s “Restoring Our American Dream” tour schedule can be found HERE.
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