Alex Lasry
Press Release

Lasry Campaign Reports $3.9 Million in 1st Quarter


By - Apr 14th, 2022 11:15 am

Milwaukee – Today, Wisconsin U.S. Senate candidate Alex Lasry announced that his campaign reported $3.9 million in receipts for the 1st quarter of 2022, far outpacing all of the other candidates in the Democratic primary.

Since launching the campaign, Lasry has received donations from thousands of Wisconsinites, representing all 72 counties, and has taken no corporate PAC money.

“It has been over a year since I announced my campaign for U.S. Senate and the support that we have seen in the last year has been overwhelming,” said Lasry. “Back when we announced, I said that I will invest in my campaign right alongside the thousands of Wisconsinites that have donated whatever they can to our effort. Since then, with the help of people from every corner of our state, we’ve been able to build a campaign that is not only ready to win this primary, but also beat Ron Johnson in November.”

Lasry was the first candidate to go on the air in the primary and is currently executing his campaign’s third seven-figure statewide media buy of his race. Internal polling released by Lasry’s campaign last month indicated that Lasry is now in a solid second place in the Democratic Primary – just eight points behind Barnes – a 40 point swing in just the last six months.

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

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