25th House District race: Chris Runion posts strong fundraising haul


Chris RunionChris Runion raised over $64,000 between March 7th and March 31st, just 24 days. Runion raised $61,441,760 from direct contributions from over 70 contributors, ending the first quarter with over $58,429 cash on hand.

“I appreciate the many friends and supporters who believe in the campaign I’m running and pitched in to make this happen,” said Runion. “I’ve been on the trail working hard to talk with voters from across the 25th District, advocating for my belief in limited government, personal responsibility, and individual liberties. We’re running an aggressive campaign because we cannot afford to lose this November and we need the best conservative candidate to carry our message forward. One vote is all that separates us from a potential repeal of the Right to Work Law and the Tran abortion bill moving forward and I believe that I have the experience, lifelong conservative convictions, and ability to take our conservative message to the voters to see victory in November. The Republican Firehouse Primary is only 11 days away and we will be sprinting through the finish line.”

To view the detailed report click here: https://www.vpap.org/candidates/55747/raw-reports/



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