Campaign Continues to Impress on Digital Fundraising
Fullerton, CA – The Young Kim for Congress campaign today announced they have raised over $1 million through their impressive online and digital fundraising efforts. To date, Young Kim for Congress has raised $1,183,158 from 45,343 donations with an average donation of $22.41. The campaign has continued to exceed expectations in fundraising and in its grassroots operation.
“These numbers show the resiliency of the campaign during the current COVID-19 pandemic and put Young at the top of the pack of Republican digital fundraisers, including both challengers and current members of Congress,” stated Sam Oh, General Consultant for the campaign.”Young is not only an impressive candidate, but she has a message that resonates deeply with voters who want to see our country get back on track. This is a campaign fueled by a grassroots army that is ready to win on November 3rd.”
Young Kim has consistently matched or beaten her incumbent opponent’s fundraising numbers each FEC quarter and has built one of the best digital fundraising infrastructures in the country. Since launching her campaign, Young has brought in well over $2 million to date. Both Democrat and Republican national committees have noted the race for CA-39 as one of the most competitive in the country and key to any party’s majority.
In the March 3rd jungle primary, Young Kim finished as the top vote-getter, besting her November opponent Gil Cisneros 48.3% to 46.9%. The results are an important benchmark showing Young gaining the momentum needed to flip CA-39 in November.