Campaign Raises $274,000 in First Quarter of Campaign
Today, Kristine Reeves, Democratic candidate for Washington’s 10th Congressional District, announced she raised $274,000 in the first quarter of 2020, leading all candidates in the field. During her first quarter in the race, Reeves has rallied support from all corners of the district and continues to build grassroots momentum in her fight to break through the gridlock and end the stranglehold of special interests in Washington, DC.
“As our South Sound community—and all Americans—face unprecedented challenges, it’s more important than ever that we fight for progressive action for Washington state and across America,” said Kristine Reeves. “We’ve got to come together to tackle this health care and economic crisis as never before, head on. My campaign is about giving a voice to families that are struggling to make ends meet — that are too often drowned out by special interests and gridlock in Washington, DC. I’m proud of the momentum my grassroots campaign continues to build, and I’ll never stop putting people first.”
Since announcing her campaign in early January, Reeves has raised $274,058, with 82 percent of contributions under $250 and more than 88 percent of contributions from Washington state supporters. Reeves continues to pick up support from diverse and progressive leaders, including contributions from Congressman Jim Clyburn, Congressman Adam Smith, the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, and environmental leader Denis Hayes.