RELEASE: Graham’s Campaign Has $3 Million Cash-on-Hand
Thursday, October 16th, 2014

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA – U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham’s re-election campaign has $3 million cash-on-hand after raising $694,353.89 for his campaign in the third fundraising quarter.  Graham also raised $126,400 for the South Carolina Republican Party’s Victory 2014 effort, which will provide critical get-out-the-vote operations for Senator Graham and the entire Republican team.

“In the final 19 days of the campaign, our momentum is peaking at just the right time,” said Scott Farmer, campaign manager.  “We’re deeply grateful for the tremendous support and generosity shown by the thousands of people who appreciate that Senator Graham is the conservative leader who gets things done.  We’re running an aggressive campaign to re-elect Senator Graham, ensure Republicans win a Senate majority, fire Harry Reid, and fight back against President Obama’s liberal agenda.”

The campaign’s 3rd quarter financial report, which covers receipts and expenditures from July 1 through September 30, was mailed yesterday to the Secretary of the Senate.

Graham’s campaign has raised over $13 million during the six-year election cycle, none of which came from personal loans.

Financial Summary

Beginning Cash on Hand as of June 30, 2014:                               $2,711,174.59

Total Receipts for the Third Quarter of 2014:                                 $694,353.89

Total Disbursements for the Third Quarter of 2014:                   $379,422.07

Ending Cash on Hand as of September 30, 2014:                         $3,026,106.41

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About Lindsey Graham

In the United States Senate, South Carolina's Lindsey Graham has earned a reputation as a conservative, a problem-solver, and a leader who gets things done. He is a great friend to our men and women serving in uniform, a respected voice on national security matters, a leading advocate for cutting the out-of-control spending in Washington, and a champion for confirming conservative judges. Learn more about Lindsey here.