Alex Lasry
Press Release

Lasry Campaign Raises Over $1 Million in Second Quarter

 

By - Jul 13th, 2021 08:29 am

Milwaukee – Alex Lasry today announced that his campaign for United States Senate has raised over $1,000,000 from individual donors in the second quarter. This marks another strong fundraising quarter for the first-time challenger, topping $2,000,000 raised since he entered the race.

Lasry finished the quarter with $1,006,209 in contributions and over $1,000,000 cash on hand. Lasry did not contribute any personal money to his campaign in the second quarter.

“This finance report shows the strength of our campaign and the grassroots support we are continuing to build,” said Alex Lasry. “ I couldn’t be more grateful to everyone who has invested their time, energy, and resources into this effort. Wisconsinites are ready for a new U.S. Senator, and this is the team that will compete in every corner of our state to defeat Ron Johnson.”

Lasry’s report exemplifies the ongoing grassroots support that his campaign is building across the state:

  • Approximately 87% of all contributions were small dollar donations under $100.
  • The campaign has received individual contributions from all 72 Wisconsin counties.

Lasry will file his official campaign finance report before the Federal Elections Commission deadline on July 15th.

The Democratic Primary Election for the United States Senate will be held Tuesday, August 9th, 2022. For more information about Alex Lasry’s campaign, visit www.alexlasry.com.

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