SAINT PAUL, MN – In Minnesota’s special election for U.S. Senate, the campaign of Republican-endorsed candidate Karin Housley announced a fundraising total of just over $1 million during the second quarter of 2018. Of the 6,209 total campaign donors to date, nearly 73 percent gave donations of $50 or less.
“Momentum is on our side – and these numbers show it. All over the state, our message is resonating with hardworking Minnesotans whose voices are not being heard,” said Karin Housley. “Minnesotans want a senator who will fight for them – but Tina Smith has shown us again and again that her marching orders come from the radical left, not the people she represents. Over the next four months, we’re going to work as hard as we can traveling the state, hearing Minnesotans’ stories, and making a case for why I’ll be a new voice in the U.S. Senate for the people of our state.
Minnesota’s primary election is August 14 and the general election is November 6.
My story is the same as those I’m fighting for—we work hard, play fair, and do the right thing. And that’s why I’m running for U.S. Senate. Join me: https://t.co/j2CduTt6uT #mnsen #TeamHousley pic.twitter.com/QgqDXaFh32
— Karin Housley (@KarinHousley) June 3, 2018
Karin Housley is a wife, mother, grandmother, small business owner, state senator, and Republican-endorsed candidate for Minnesota’s United States Senate special election. Learn more about Karin Housley’s campaign for U.S. Senate at HousleyForSenate.com.