According to the campaign, they raised just under $2.5 million from January 1st to April 6th.
This gives them over $9.2 million cash on hand just less than seven months out from the November 8th general election.
“With nearly 18,000 individual contributions already this year, Senator Toomey is demonstrating substantial support for his leadership on issues such as opioid abuse and fighting for jobs in Pennsylvania,” said Toomey for Senate spokesman Ted Kwong. “Senator Toomey is grateful for the support and will continue to work every day to put Pennsylvania first.”
On Tuesday, Katie McGinty’s campaign reported a $1.8 million haul from 15,000 individuals. They said that 82% of their contributors gave less than $200.
Toomey’s campaign says they’ve received donations from 18,000 individuals and that 91% of the contributions were under $200.
Former Chief of Staff to Gov. Wolf Katie McGinty is battling former Congressman Joe Sestak and Braddock Mayor John Fetterman for the Democratic nomination in the April 26th primary.