Dr. Shah’s Strong Fundraising Continues With Over $337,000 Raised
Campaign Enters Final Stretch with over $600,000 Cash on Hand
Dr. Sapan Shah continued his impressive fundraising, showing a strong, vibrant campaign poised to win in both March and November. Dr. Shah raised $337,545 in the 4th quarter, bringing his total fundraising number in less than four months to $647,324.
“Families and small businesses throughout the 10th District are sick of the status quo. They want to see their government run by citizen legislators again, not professional, career politicians,” said Dr. Shah. “Our message of bringing common sense and real world experience to Washington has clearly resonated. As a physician and entrepreneur, I have seen the needs of our community first-hand and have lived the day-to-day struggle of everyday Americans. I’m ready to go to Washington and bring common sense back to our government.”
Entering the final stage of the Primary campaign, Dr. Shah’s campaign has over $600,000 cash on hand, making Dr. Shah the clear frontrunner for the Primary Election on March 20th. Further, it is clear that Dr. Shah is the only serious challenger to incumbent Congressman Brad Schneider.
“After rocking the establishment by raising more than his two Primary opponents combined in the 3rd quarter, despite only having been in the race for a month, Dr. Shah has exceeded his own high bar. In the most difficult quarter to raise money, due to the holidays, Dr. Shah raised more than he raised in his first quarter,” said campaign spokesperson Spencer Sullivan. ”Dr. Shah is the only candidate in this race that can defeat partisan incumbent Brad Schneider, restore independent leadership in the 10th Congressional District, and bring common sense back to Washington.”
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