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Sharron Angle: record $14.3 million fundraising quarter, 96% from small donors

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By Jarrod Agen, Sharron Angle Campaign Communications Director:

Behind in the polls, Harry Reid got more bad news today.

Sharron raised $14.3 million in the third quarter and has had over 194,000 individuals donate to her campaign so far. This is one of the most successful quarters by a Senate campaign in history. As Chuck Todd put it, there are presidential campaigns that will struggle to meet that number in 2012.

There are no signs of our support slowing as we head into the final stretch. Our online fundraising goal for October is 2 million dollars, and we have already raised over $875,000, well ahead of schedule.

As Sharron leads in the polls, people all across America are willing to help Sharron Angle. This truly is the new “People’s Seat.”

Making the total more impressive is the number of low-dollar donors. It’s a grassroots campaign like no other.
Read and be amazed…

3rd Quarter 2010:
# of donors who gave $100 or less: 158,391 (94%)
# of donors who gave $200 or less: 161,358 (96%)

Sharron has a $90 average donation for the election cycle to date.

The FEC report will be over 8,700 pages and it will stand about 3 feet tall when printed.

The monthly totals also show that we are picking up steam:

July – $3.11 million
August – $4.07 million
September – $7.17 million

Here’s a quick breakdown:

· Election Cycle To-Date (Primary + General) = $17.9 million
· General election = $16.2 million
· 3rd Quarter total (July 1st – Sept. 30th) = $14.3 Million
· Election Cycle Total Donors To-Date = over 194,000

Written by raunerreeks

October 12, 2010 at 9:41 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. I worked for a company that donated to american crossroads. I wish I never had because that experience has lead me to believe that the biggest threat to our democracy is not terrorist, but of large businesses tricking voters and buying elections. Regardless of what you think of reid or Angle…do you really think politicians should be meeting with political action groups and promising to vote on projects that would put millions of dollars in the companies pockets in exchange for campaign contributions? do you really think that is what is best for america? my story here.

    brian murphy

    October 30, 2010 at 6:32 am

  2. I think maybe you missed the point of this article (i.e., 94% of her donations were from SMALL donors). There aren’t any “big corporations” buying Sharron Angle. The only ones trying to steal this election are SEIU and their goons ( Political Action Committees have opened the door to free speech, and the Supreme Court concurs.


    October 30, 2010 at 2:32 pm

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