Raises more in 3 quarters than Sen Johnson did in all of 2015 with an average individual contribution of $54.95
MADISON — Tammy Baldwin For Senate today announced that the campaign raised $2.4 million from 25,695 individual donors in the third quarter of 2017, yielding a total of $7.1 million raised in all of 2017. In the first three quarters of 2017, Tammy Baldwin raised more than Senator Ron Johnson raised in all of 2015. Entering the final three months of 2017, the campaign has more than $5.3 million cash on hand, $2 million more than either Russ Feingold or Senator Ron Johnson had at the same time in 2015.
Tammy Baldwin For Senate’s third quarter, by the numbers:
- Total raised: $2,395,290
- Average contribution: $54.95
- Total individual donors: 25,695
- Online grassroots donations: 18,710
“Tammy Baldwin is in a stronger position at the end of the third quarter of the off year than any previous Wisconsin Senator,” said Gillian Drummond, Tammy Baldwin for Senate communications director. “Our campaign, built by Wisconsin’s powerful grassroots, giving contributions of time, energy and finances, will propel Tammy to win in 2018.”