Her campaign announced that they raised over $1.8 million from January 1st to March 31st. This is almost double what she brought in the last quarter.
“Pennsylvanians in every corner of the Commonwealth are standing with Katie because she is the only Democratic candidate who will fight for working families in the U.S. Senate,” said McGinty Communications Director Sabrina Singh. “After six years of Pat Toomey’s far-right policies, Pennsylvanians are ready for a leader who will work to raise wages and expand economic opportunity for all. We are grateful to have such broad grassroots support across the Commonwealth, and these resources will enable us to win on April 26 and defeat Pat Toomey in November.”
The McGinty team also revealed a few more tidbits about their fundraising efforts.
Over 15,000 individuals have contributed to the campaign with the median donation being $25. Additionally, 82% of contributors gave less than $200. Finally, the average online donation is $31.25.
McGinty is running against former Congressman Joe Sestak and Braddock Mayor John Fetterman in the Democratic primary. The election is set for April 26th.