Raybould Campaign Funded With Zero Corporate PAC Dollars
The wind is behind the sails of U..S. Senate candidate Jane Raybould who will report raising more than $600,000 in her third-quarter filing to the Federal Election Commission, outraising her opponent, incumbent Senator Deb Fischer, by more than $100,000 with just three weeks until Election Day.
Raybould’s funding is primarily coming from Nebraskans — a majority of the nearly $2,000,000 the campaign has raised to-date coming from the people of Nebraska. And the campaign is truly grassroots, with tens of thousands of individual donors propelling today’s success over Senator Fischer.
“In every aspect of our campaign, we are seeing Nebraskans step up in ways they have never done so before because they are sick and tired of a broken Washington that listens to the powerful special interests instead of looking out for the people on health care, on trade and on tax reform. Today’s fundraising success is a testament to the power of this grassroots movement,” said Jane Raybould.
She continued, “my opponent has been funded by corporate PACs and DC lobbyists but today the tens of thousands on our side are flexing their collective muscle — and they will do so again in firing Senator Fischer on November 6.”