July 31, 2012 at 10:55 am
Congressional candidate Adam Hasner (R) raised more than $175,000 during the latest, condensed reporting period from July 1 to July 25, his campaign reported Monday. The latest haul brings Hasner’s total cash on hand to over $1,050,000.
“With a short fundraising period that encompassed the traditionally difficult period over the Independence Day holiday, we have still been able to achieve our goals to counter our opponents’ efforts even as they engage in their primary battle,” said campaign manager Brad Herold. ”Adam and our team will continue to spend our time meeting with voters and earning new supporters who believe in Adam’s vision that a badly broken Washington must be fixed to create jobs, cut our crippling debt, and get our sluggish economy moving in a truly positive direction.”
Hasner is vying for the District 22 seat currently held by Rep. Allen West (R-FL), who opted to run for re-election in the more GOP-friendly District 18. Former West Palm Beach Mayor Lois Frankel and Broward Commissioner Kristin Jacobs are running in the Democratic primary to take on Haser.