Enters Final Month with Over $2 Million Cash on Hand
TUCSON – The McSally for Congress Campaign today announced raising nearly $1.6 million in the 3rd quarter of 2016, the campaign’s highest single fundraising quarter of the cycle. Fueled by consistently strong voter support and an impressive legislative record that ranks her as one of the most effective members of the 114th Congress, McSally enters the final month of the campaign with commanding strength.
“As soon as she took office, Martha hit the ground running at full speed and she hasn’t let up,” said McSally Campaign Manager Weston McKee. “Her tireless pace is reflected in her nearly record-breaking amount of first term accomplishments, including passing nine bills through the House and two into law, saving the A-10, advancing funding for local infrastructure projects, and winning battles to ensure equal treatment of women veterans. Southern Arizonans know there’s nobody in Congress who works harder to make a difference, and it’s why they continue to back her with overwhelming support.”
As a freshman, Martha McSally has passed nine bills through the House, something only 4% of House lawmakers have accomplished this Congress, and two bills into law, something achieved by only 6% of all lawmakers. Last week, the Rothenberg and Gonzalez Political Report upgraded her race to “Safe Republican.” (Click here to read more)
Colonel Martha McSally (ret.) is an independent voice who is committed to fighting for equal treatment of women and more opportunity for the middle class. She has been active in defending Southern Arizona’s critical job-creators like Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and Fort Huachuca. A 26-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, McSally was the first woman to fly in combat and command a fighter squadron in U.S. history.