Last updated on January 27, 2021
Some big news today out of Pennsylvania:
✅ Closing in on $1.1M
✅ 33K donations
✅ $32 average donation
✅ Closing in on 30K donors
✅ Majority of donors from PA
✅ Every one of the 67 counties@giselefetterman and I are *literally* overwhelmed.
Levi too. 🐶
THANK. YOU. SO. MUCH. 😭🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/fHuQwyzDig
— John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) January 25, 2021
Two weeks after saying he’s eyeing a run for the U.S. Senate, Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman has raised $1 million.
Fetterman’s campaign says 33,000 contributions have totaled more than $1 million. Donations have come in from all 50 states and all of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties.
Earlier this month, Fetterman announced he’d raised $500,000 in just 72 hours.
Other Democrats are exploring the U.S. Senate race as well but this is a very encouraging sign for Fetterman’s bid. By the way, The Philadelphia Citizen release an article about to the top 15 things you may not know about Fetterman. Click here to read more.
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman spoke about his push to legalize marijuana, getting working-class people back to the Democratic Party, his political past and future, and being named a style god in a national interview that aired Sunday morning.
Fetterman spoke to Mark Whitaker for “CBS Sunday Morning” from his Braddock home and took a drive through the borough and past local landmarks including Carrie Furnace and Kennywood Park.
Much is made of the 6-foot-8 former Braddock mayor’s physical appearance in the video. He describes the contrast of himself and Gov. Tom Wolf, when they are standing next to each other, as comical.
Whitaker says Fetterman “looms tall” in person and in politics in a voice-over as clips of Fetterman speaking to people, presiding over the Senate and striking the gavel are shown.
If you want to encourage Fetterman’s potential bid, click here to donate today.
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