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State GOP groups break fundraising record – $10.1 million in first quarter, $43.4 million total

The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) and the State Government Leadership Foundation (SGLF), two Republican-aligned groups in the state, announced they broke their first quarter fundraising record by 64%.

RSLC and SGLF raised $10.1 million in the first three months of 2022, 64% more than the fundraising record set by the groups in 2020.

Additionally, the groups have raised an astonishing $43.4 million so far this round, a 76% increase from what they have hauled at this point in the 2020 cycle.

The committee touted its record fundraising quarter as being “enhanced” by the tremendous growth of the digital program, which raised $2,462,000 from online transportation, or 117% of online fundraising from the first quarter of 2021.

Republican-aligned groups also attracted 10,700 new online donors and made an average online donation of $25.89.

“The American people are fed up with Joe Biden’s failed leadership that has only caused chaos,” said RSLC President Dee Duncan. “This historic quarter of fundraising reflects the enthusiasm we’re seeing across the country for electing state Republicans who can counter Washington’s failed Democratic-controlled agenda.”

In recent months, the RSLC has announced its state legislative goals and pledged to spend more money than ever before in this election cycle.

Last week, the RSLC released a six-figure ad campaign encouraging Americans who regret voting for President Joe Biden and his “return to normal” in 2020 to vote Republican in November.

The ad campaign was part of the group’s larger efforts to pour millions into the November election and set the record straight in Democratic-controlled states such as Colorado, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York and Washington. .

“Republicans may be firmly positioned on the right side of every major issue, but that’s not stopping liberal billionaires from pumping millions into ballot races and trying to claw their way out of their dire straits,” he said. continued Duncan.

“We need to keep our foot on the accelerator, so we have the resources to stop them as the election looms and the spending begins in earnest,” Duncan added.

Jacob Bliss is a reporter for Breitbart News. You can follow him on Twitter.

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