Fundraising numbers for September (for statewide and House of Delegates candidates) and for the third quarter (for “political committees, including leadership committees and political party committees”) are now in. See below for highlights, including some key House of Delegates races (I’ll add more info during the day).
KEY VIRGINIA HOUSE OF DELEGATES RACES
HD10: Del. Wendy Gooditis (D) reports $529k raised, $251k cash on hand as of 9/30. Her Republican opponent, Nick Clemente (R), reports $222k raised and $231k cash on hand.
HD12: Del. Chris Hurst (D) reports $239k raised, $119k cash on hand as of 9/30. His Republican opponent, Jason Ballard, reports $210k raised and $94k cash on hand.
HD13: Del. Danica Roem (D) reports $140k raised, $123k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Christopher Stone, reports just $1.5k raised and just $4.5k cash on hand.
HD27: Debra Gardner (D) reports $347k raised, $288k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Del. Roxann Robinson, reports $246k raised and $213k cash on hand.
HD28: Del. Joshua Cole (D) reports $503k raised, $219k cash on hand. His Republican opponent, Tara Durant, reports $347k raised and $99k cash on hand.
HD32: Del. David Reid (D) reports $61k raised, $67k cash on hand. His Republican opponent, Scott Pio, reports just $2k raised and just $13k cash on hand.
HD33: Paul Siker (D) reports $46k raised, $104k cash on hand. His Republican opponent, Del. Dave LaRock, reports $34k raised and $46k cash on hand.
HD40: Del. Dan Helmer (D) reports $295k raised, $284k cash on hand. His Republican opponent, Harold Pyon, reports $110k raised and $249k cash on hand.
HD50: Michelle Maldonado (D) reports $174k raised, $82k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Steve Pleickhardt, only raised $2.2k and only has $2.1k cash on hand.
HD51: Brianna Sewell (D) reports $165k raised, $82k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Tim Cox, reports $11k raised and $13k cash on hand.
HD63: Del. Lashrecse Aird (D) reports $387k raised, $372k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Kim Taylor, reports $60k raised and $58k cash on hand.
HD66: Katie Sponsler (D) reports $259k raised, $43k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Mike Cherry, reports $185k raised and $152k cash on hand.
HD67: Del. Karrie Delaney (D) reports $50k raised, $64k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Bob Frizzelle, reports just $10k raised and $21k cash on hand.
HD68: Del. Dawn Adams (D) reports $99k raised, $205k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Mark Earley Jr., reports $82k raised and $82k cash on hand.
HD72: Del. Schuyler VanValkenburg (D) reports $181k raised, $233k cash on hand. His Republican opponent, Christopher Holmes, reports $62k raised and $102k cash on hand.
HD73: Del. Rodney Willett (D) reports $263k raised, $178k cash on hand. His Republican opponent, Mary Margaret Kastelberg, reports $273k raised and $158k cash on hand.
HD75: Del. Roslyn Tyler (D) reports $364k raised, $189k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Otto Wachsmann, reports $182k raised and $124k cash on hand.
HD83: Del. Nancy Guy (D) reports $532k raised, $259k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Tim Anderson, reports $185k raised and $109k cash on hand.
HD84: Kim Melnyk (D) reports $199k raised, $101k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Del. Glenn Davis, reports $54k raised and $68k cash on hand.
HD85: Del. Alex Askew (D) reports $635k raised, $281k cash on hand. His Republican opponent, Karen Greenhalgh, reports $251k raised and $96k cash on hand.
HD91: Del. Martha Mugler (D) reports $138k raised, $117k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, A.C. Cordoza, reports just $12k raised and just $13k cash on hand.
HD100: Finale Norton (D) reports $158k raised, $164k cash on hand. Her Republican opponent, Del. Rob Bloxom, reports $29k raised and $77k cash on hand.
As Glenn Youngkin Continues to Pledge Loyalty to Donald Trump’s Dangerous Conspiracy Theory Agenda, Terry Receives 85,000+ Donations from Nearly 54,000 Donors in September, with 95% of Donations for $100 or Less
MCLEAN, VA – Terry for Virginia announced today that the campaign raised $12.6 million in September and has raised more than $45 million for the election cycle to date. Showing tremendous Democratic enthusiasm, Terry has continued to build an unmatched grassroots army of support. Terry for Virginia’s September fundraising haul came from over 85,000 donations from nearly 54,000 individual donors, with 95% of donations for $100 or less. Terry for Virginia ended September with $7.7 million cash on hand.
Terry continues to build the largest grassroots movement in Virginia history, receiving more than 215,000 contributions from 100,000+ donors to date, including support from all of Virginia’s 133 cities and counties. While Glenn Youngkin has pledged to spend $75 million of his own money to buy the governor’s office and push his and Donald Trump’s divisive agenda, Terry has released 20 detailed plans outlining how he will build a stronger economy, make health care more affordable, and give every Virginia child a world-class education.
“We have built the largest grassroots army in Virginia history and I am so proud of my supporters from every corner of the Commonwealth,” said Terry McAuliffe. “Virginians are excited about electing proven leadership who will prioritize creating good jobs, making health care more affordable, and giving every child a world-class education. We’ve defeated Donald Trump in Virginia twice before, and this November we’ll once again show Donald Trump that his dangerous, divisive agenda and his hand-picked candidate Glenn Youngkin have no place in our politics.”
Terry has released 20 detailed plans to strengthen Virginia’s education system and dramatically increase teacher pay, help secure Virginia’s economic recovery from COVID-19, reform our criminal justice system, ensure Virginians have access to regular nutritious meals, address the broken, predatory system of prescription drug pricing, confront the gun violence epidemic, make Virginia the best state in the nation for Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Health Care (STEM-H) and computer science education, tackle the housing crisis in the Commonwealth and invest in Virginia’s workforce in the post-COVID economy, ensure Virginians have access to high-quality, affordable health care, tackle climate change and secure Virginia’s clean energy future by 2035, lift up Black Virginians as the Commonwealth rebuilds from the COVID-19 pandemic, further advance LGBTQ+ rights, create a flourishing rural economy, support entrepreneurial ecosystems and tackle rising costs and meet the health care needs, make higher education more affordable, boost Virginia’s agriculture and forestry industries, and protect seniors from COVID-19 and ensure quality and affordability later in life and tackle the COVID-19 crisis.