While Salas didn’t begin raising money until his announcement on Monday, the top dog in the cash dash might surprise you.
As Fresno’s 2022 elections begin to appear on the horizon, two of the candidates for City Council District 1 are pulling away in fundraising totals.
Cox launched the PAC to raise funds for voter registration efforts in the Valley. According to the latest figures, most of the cash is headed to him directly.
Fundraising appeals dripping in desperation for retweets, shares, and small dollar donations worked well for Valley Democrats in the Trump era. Now? Not so much.
Conservative activists mused Valadao’s funding would dry up after voting to impeach Donald Trump. Three months later, the jury is in.
The billionaire owners of The Wonderful Company donated to the newly-formed Democratic fundraising committee dubbed “Stop the Republican Recall of Governor Newsom.”
One day into his recall defense campaign, Newsom’s campaign team announced a $538,000 haul, largely generated from small dollar donors across the country.
Bay Area donors have helped build two-term Rep. Josh Harder’s campaign warchest heading into 2022, filings show.
Rep. Devin Nunes – long one of California’s top Congressional fundraisers regardless of party – is shattering fundraising figures compared to 2018.