Thursday, October 26, 2017

Lamb campaign tops $2.7M raised, $2.4M on hand


Lamb Campaign Tops $2.7 Million
Includes Over $2.4 Million Cash-On-Hand; Support From All 77 Counties

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, October 26, 2017 – Oklahomans for Lamb announced today it finished the third quarter fundraising period with a total amount raised of over $2.7 million and more than $2.4 million cash-on-hand. The Lamb campaign added $625,000 in contributions during the third quarter which concluded September 30th. The campaign also has over 1,400 individual contributors representing all 77 Oklahoma counties.

“As I have stated many times, a successful statewide campaign requires more than just good fundraising, yet I am simply overwhelmed by the continued generosity of Oklahomans from all 77 counties,” Todd Lamb said. “With multiple candidates, the race for governor will be very expensive and strong financial support is going to be extremely important, however so is a 77-county network of grassroot supporters. The advancement of Oklahoma requires a statewide effort with input from all corners of Oklahoma, and I am proud my campaign is receiving that input. As I continue to visit with voters regarding my plan to ‘Renew Oklahoma’ I know my proven conservative message is the right one for Oklahoma.”

“Statewide campaigns continue to be more expensive each election cycle, and Todd Lamb is in an extremely strong financial position when you consider how much actual cash our campaign has on hand,” said Keith Beall, Oklahomans for Lamb campaign manager. “What sets our campaign apart is that our support is both broad and deep. No campaign reaches the entire state the way we do, and no campaign has as many committed donors as we do. Whether it is $25 from a retiree in Altus or $1,000 from a small business owner in Tulsa, we have genuine Oklahomans committed to electing Todd Lamb.”

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Blogger's note: Lamb has a long history of extreme efficiency in his campaign spending, routinely showing low burn rates and high percentages of cash-on-hand until the heavy spending period of the campaign.

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