Democratic Assembly Challenger Malinowski Raises $27,000 from 480+ Contributions
In a historically Republican district, Jacob receives strong grassroots support
GREENDALE, WI — Today, Democratic Assembly candidate Jacob Malinowski announced his campaign raised $27,000 in its first 74 days.
In a district that hasn’t elected a Democrat in over two decades, Jacob’s campaign received over 480 contributions without any in-person events or help from party leaders. The average donation to the campaign was about $56.
“If this race wasn’t already on your radar, it should be now. Since our launch in April, we’ve been doubted and told we had no chance. That didn’t stop Jacob from working hard every day, and this grassroots fundraising haul proves that,” said campaign manager Nick Famularo.
“I am so grateful to all the working folks across our community who chipped in a few bucks because they’re sick of big-money, do-nothing politics. Democrats and Republicans alike have invested in our campaign because they want a leader with passion. This momentum is exactly why we’re the best choice on August 11th and why we’ll win on November 3rd, ” said Jacob.
His report will be published by July 15th on Wisconsin’s Campaign Finance Information System.
Jacob is a lifelong resident of the 82nd Assembly District and grew up in a middle-class, bipartisan household. From his time on the school board to working three service industry jobs to pay for college, Jacob learned early on what it meant to serve others. Jacob is in this race to serve his hometown: his neighbors are sick of do-nothing partisan politics and deserve a new, passionate leader who is willing to put in the work and develop real solutions.
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