NewsPublic Affairs / January 5, 2016

Pence Holds Fundraising Advantage Over Gregg In Race For Governor's Office

Gregg actually outraised Pence in the first half of 2015, and finished the year with $3.7 million in contributions. But Pence raised about $3.5 million in just the last six months of the year. Election 2016, Mike Pence, fundraising, John Gregg2016-01-05T00:00:00-05:00

INDIANAPOLIS -- Gov. Mike Pence heads into the year of his reelection bid with a sizeable fundraising advantage over his likely Democratic challenger, John Gregg.

Gregg actually outraised Pence in the first half of 2015 and finished the year with $3.7 million in contributions, and $3.5 million cash on hand.  But the Republican incumbent raised about $3.5 million in the last six months -- nearly as much as Gregg raised in all of 2015. 

Pence ended the year dwarfing the Democrat’s numbers: nearly $7 million cash on hand after bringing in about $5 million over the year.  The complete details of the candidates’ 2015 fundraising reports – including a list of all donors – will be available soon; the reports are due Jan. 20.

 

 

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