RENO, Nev. — On Friday, the Sam Brown campaign announced its largest fundraising quarter to date, raising over $1.15 million dollars from grassroots supporters and bringing his campaign total to $3.2 million raised.
Importantly, 95% of Sam Brown’s Q1 fundraising haul is in dollars that can be used toward the primary election.
Sam Brown for Nevada Q1 fundraising stats:
- $1.15m raised
- $1.08m (95%) raised in primary dollars
- 1,661 Nevada donors
- 15,551 total donors
- Average donation: $61
Sam Brown for Nevada fundraising, launch through Q1 stats:
- $3.2m raised
- $3.04m (94%) raised in primary dollars
- 3,600 Nevada donors
- 36,271 total donors
- Average donation: $63
Sam Brown’s fundraising has already powered a statewide cable and broadcast television buy with two ads: Duty and People’s Agenda. The campaign’s internal tracking is showing a shifting primary dynamic as a result of more Nevada voters being introduced to Sam Brown for the first time.
A recent Suffolk University/Reno Gazette Journal poll taken before the campaign’s television buy also shows Sam Brown’s strength in the general election where he defeats incumbent Democrat Senator Catherine Cortez Masto in a head-to-head match up.