Johnson finished November with more debts from ‘22 campaign than cash on hand


U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson finished November with more outstanding bills from his reelection campaign than cash on hand, according to his latest filing with the FEC.

Overall, Johnson listed $11.2 million in debts and obligations with $1.2 million in the bank.

His debts included more than $8.4 million in outstanding loans from his 2010 and 2016 runs, when he put personal money into his campaigns.

The $2.7 million in outstanding bills from his 2022 win over Dem Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes included $2.6 million to Virginia-based Targeted Victory LLC for digital consulting/online advertising. He ...

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