WASHINGTON, D. C. – Former White Home aide Max Miller emailed his supporters final week to boast that his congressional marketing campaign, which former President Donald Trump endorsed earlier than incumbent Anthony Gonzalez introduced his retirement, had raised greater than $710,000 within the quarter that ended September 30.
“This quarter we raised over $710,000, our largest quarter but,” stated his October 9 e mail. “It’s due to you that RINO Anthony Gonzalez dropped out of the race and we now have the momentum and assist to win.”
Miller’s e mail didn’t point out that the majority of that cash got here from a $500,000 mortgage that Miller made to his marketing campaign on September 28. A Federal Election Fee report that Miller’s marketing campaign filed on Friday signifies that $550,000 of the roughly $1 million that Miller has raised since saying his candidacy in February has come from his personal pocket.
The report exhibits that Miller raised round $192,000 within the quarter from donors who weren’t himself, spent barely greater than $246,000, and ended up with round $982,00 within the financial institution. Many of the particular person donors on his report listed out-of-state addresses. The Trump-affiliated “Save America” political motion committee (PAC) gave Miller’s marketing campaign $5,000, and the conservative Madison Challenge PAC gave $10,000.
Miller’s marketing campaign spent greater than $55,000 on digital advertising and marketing, greater than $39,000 on digital consulting, and greater than $17,000 on printing.
Gonzalez introduced his retirement on September 16 amid GOP backlash over his vote to question former President Donald Trump after the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill. Earlier than doing so, Gonzalez raised greater than $144,000 within the quarter, his FEC report exhibits. His marketing campaign spent barely greater than $400,000 within the quarter and had practically $1,258,000 within the financial institution. His donors included former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Jr., who gave $5,800. Six officers from the KKR funding agency, together with billionaire Henry Kravis and former Republican Nationwide Committee Chair Kenneth Mehlman, gave him $2,900 every. He collected virtually $25,000 from a joint fundraiser with U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, whom Trump has additionally focused for defeat for voting to question him.
Gonzalez’s report exhibits he spent $25,000 on polling and refunded greater than $160,000 to donors after quitting the race.
A Democrat looking for the seat Gonzalez will vacate, Matthew Diemer of Bay Village, raised practically $19,000 in the course of the quarter, spent greater than $20,000 and had round $5,500 within the financial institution. A second Democrat within the race, Aaron Paul Godfrey of Westlake, filed a report that stated he didn’t increase any cash, spent $89 and had $219 in his marketing campaign account.
Champaign County Republican Rep. Jim Jordan raised probably the most cash of any Northeast Ohio congressional candidate within the quarter: greater than $1.5 million. FEC information confirmed spent greater than $953,000 and had $7.9 million within the financial institution on the finish of the reporting interval.
Most of his cash got here from small out-of-state donors, though he collected $1,000 from Ohio Senate President Matt Huffman of Lima. His marketing campaign additionally reported $5,000 contributions from political motion committees related to Group Bancshares of Mississippi and the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America and $2,500 donations from PACs related to Koch Industries and the Nationwide Affiliation of Comfort Shops.
Jordan’s marketing campaign spent greater than $400,000 on “digital consulting,” but in addition reported gathering greater than $100,000 from renting its marketing campaign contributor listing to its predominant digital consulting agency. Jordan donated $5,000 to U.S. Rep. Jody Hice’s marketing campaign for Georgia Secretary of State and made $2,000 contributions to the GOP congressional campaigns of Mike Carey of Higher Arlington, U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot of Cincinnati, and U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz of Indiana.
Toledo Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur collected virtually $85,000 in the course of the quarter, spent round $50,000 and had practically $859,000 in her treasury. Her marketing campaign received $5,000 donations from political motion committees related to the Worldwide Brotherhood of Electrical Employees Union and Honeywell Worldwide workers. PACs related to the Communications Employees of America, American Postal Employees Union, United Meals & Business Employees Union, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Workers, Bechtel Group, Normal Atomics and Raytheon every gave her marketing campaign $2,500.
Her marketing campaign made $1,000 donations to Democratic congressional candidates, together with Shontel Brown of Warrensville Heights, Allison Russo of Higher Arlington, U.S. Reps. Susan Wild and Matt Cartwright of Pennsylvania, and U.S. Rep. Susie Lee of Nevada.
A Republican who filed paperwork to run in opposition to Kaptur, J.R. Majewski of Port Clinton, reported gathering virtually $49,000 within the quarter, spending greater than $27,000 and ending the quarter with a bankroll that exceeds $63,000.
Holmes County Republican Rep. Bob Gibbs raised greater than $73,000 within the quarter, spent virtually $81,000 and had practically $459,000 within the financial institution on the finish of the reporting interval. His marketing campaign obtained $2,500 donations from political motion committees affiliated with Exxon Mobil Company, Federal Specific, Related Builders and Contractors, United Parcel Service, and the American Maritime Officers union.
Gibbs donated $50,000 to the Nationwide Republican Congressional Committee, gave $2,500 to the marketing campaign of Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, and made $1,000 donations to different Republican congressional candidates, together with incumbent Rep. Steve Chabot of Cincinnati, Columbus’ Mike Carey, Florida’s Amanda Makki and Maine’s Bruce Poliquin.
Bainbridge Township GOP Rep. Dave Joyce reported elevating greater than $344,000 within the quarter and spending virtually $150,000. His marketing campaign had greater than $1.2 million within the financial institution on the finish of the quarter. Brenden Kelley, a Russell Township Democrat who has filed paperwork to run in opposition to Joyce, reported elevating greater than $25,000 within the quarter, spending practically $47,000, and ending the quarter with round $40,000 readily available. .
This story can be up to date with extra marketing campaign finance data as reviews are filed.
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