Senator Maggie Hassan broke New Hampshire fundraising records for the seventh quarter in a row — while her opponents “turned in poor fundraising numbers” that “pale to the more than $5 million raised the past three months” by Maggie for NH.
Senator Hassan raised more than three times the entire Republican field combined — and nearly ten and fifteen times more than GOP establishment favorites Chuck Morse and Kevin Smith. It is the second quarter in a row that Sen. Hassan has outraised the entire Republican field combined — ensuring that Maggie for NH has the resources to continue to talk to Granite Staters in every community about Senator Hassan’s record of fighting for New Hampshire.
Top Senate Republican candidates turned in poor fundraising numbers in key races from Arizona to New Hampshire.
In New Hampshire, Sen. Maggie Hassan (D) raised $5.07 million, to just $538,000 for her leading GOP challenger, state Senate President Chuck Morse.
Friday was the deadline for candidates running for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to file their April-June second quarter of 2022 fundraising figures with the Federal Election Commission.
- Those numbers pale compared to the more than $5 million raised the past three months by the Democratic incumbent in the race – Sen. Maggie Hassan – whose second-quarter haul set a new Granite State fundraising record.