Campaign cash on hand: Grassley v Conlin

The two major party candidates in the race for Iowa’s U.S. Senate seat have released some details of their campaign fundraising.  At the end of June — after the primary — U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley, a Republican, had over $5.7 million in the bank and Democratic challenger Roxanne Conlin had over $851,000.  Each campaign sent out its own analysis of the numbers.  Read them below.

BY THE NUMBERS:  GRASSLEY’S RECORD FUNDRAISING

Individual donors from May 20-June 30: 1,529
Total donors to date: 13,207
Contributions: $611,169.13
Interest: $19,290.91
Total receipts for reporting period: $630,460.04
Total expenditures in reporting period: $499,821.61
Unpaid obligations:  $13,216.14
Loans: $0.00
Cash on hand: $5,716,451.96
Total raised in election cycle: $6,524,434.93

(Below information from Conlin’s campaign)

Stats for the 2nd quarter reporting period are as follows:

Money banked for 2nd quarter – $643,895
Cash on Hand as of 6/30 – $851,014
Individual donors- 2,169 (5,070 total)
Percentage from Iowans- 81.35%
Percentage of donations $100 or less- 81.14%
Total amount raised from PACS and Federal Lobbyists- $0

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O. Kay Henderson is the news director of Radio Iowa.

Comments

  1. Jane Kipinger says:

    Instead of donating to Conlin, please consider a more worthy cause such as Habitat For Humanity. Conlin’s campaign is going nowhere fast.