Rosen Raised $3.5M Last Quarter, Had $3.8M on Hand

The state Republican Party accused the Democrat of campaigning with taxpayer funds.

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Zach C. Cohen
July 10, 2018, 11:08 a.m.

Rep. Jacky Rosen (D) “will report raising more than $2.1 million for the period of May 24 through June 30, bringing her to more than $3.5 million raised in the three-month period covering April through June and more than $3.8 million on hand.”

“To date, the Senate campaign has received more than 165,000 total donations over the past year. More than 96 percent of contributions to the campaign over the second quarter were $100 or less, and the campaign’s average contribution during this period was $40.” (release)

“Rosen has only increased her cash on hand by about $300,000, meaning that she has spent about $3.2 million over the last three months. The majority of that money was spent on media buys, including both on television and on digital platforms.” (Nevada Independent)

WHEN MEMBERS RUN FOR OFFICE. The state Republican Party “said it plans to file an ethics complaint accusing Rosen’s campaign of using taxpayer dollars for campaign purposes—something” Sen. Dean Heller’s (R) “camp has also been accused of during this election cycle.” (Las Vegas Review-Journal)


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