GROHMAN OUTRAISES OPPONENTS IN LATEST FUNDRAISING REPORT

Independent candidate for Congress Marty Grohman today announced his campaign raised a total of $54,275 for the pre-primary reporting period ending May 23. This is more than both of his opponents raised for the period, combined.

GROHMAN OUTRAISES OPPONENTS IN LATEST FUNDRAISING REPORT

Independent candidate raises more than both Pingree and Holbrook combined in Pre-Primary Report

 

BIDDEFORD, MAINE - Independent candidate for Congress Marty Grohman today announced his campaign raised a total of $54,275 for the pre-primary reporting period ending May 23. This is more than both of his opponents raised for the period, combined.

 

"I'm so pleased with the positive response to my campaign right out of the gate," said Grohman. "We're only just getting started, but already it's clear the people of Maine's First District are hungry for a change in Washington."

 

The Pre-Primary report tracks fundraising between April 1 and May 23. Grohman's campaign didn't launch until April 9, giving his campaign nine fewer days to raise money than his opponents.

 

Grohman's total fundraising receipts, including donations from the candidate, were $54,275, compared to Pingree's $17,668 and Holbrook's $6,427. Grohman's contributions from individuals totaled $19,075.

 

"We've got a long way to go, and high hills to climb," continued Grohman. "We've taken a strong first step, and I look forward to the hard work ahead to take this congressional seat out of the hands of the political parties and back in the hands of the people of Maine."

 

The full finance reports can be viewed at the links below:

Grohman for Congress:
http://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/C00676528/1235407/

Pingree for Congress:
http://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/C00433391/1235537/

Mark Holbrook for Congress:
http://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/C00592469/1235610/

 

Grohman currently serves as State Representative for House District 12, Biddeford, and is a strong pro-business advocate for veterans' groups and addiction recovery programs. He is a two-time American Legion Legislator of the Year, an honorary life member of the Vietnam Veterans of America, and won the 2016 President's Award from Maine Sheriff's Association. In 2017, he was named the Retail Association of Maine's Legislator of the Year, and was ranked the most bipartisan member of the Maine Legislature.

 

His campaign officially qualified for the ballot last week when he submitted the 2,000 signatures required of independent candidates, twice the requirement for candidates of either political party.

 

For more information about Marty Grohman, visit his campaign website at MartyGrohman.com.

 

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