February 1, 2022
Only Candidate in Field with Statewide Base of Support
CANTON, OH – After fourth quarter fundraising reports, U.S. Senate candidate Jane Timken continues to dominate her opponents in terms of the support she has from donors in Ohio. She has raised more dollars from more individuals in the state than any other candidate and her support keeps growing each day. In stark contrast to other candidates in the race who are raising a majority of their money from out of state donors or showing no comprehensive statewide donor base, Timken continues to earn the financial support of those that actually can vote in Ohio’s primary election.
“I am proud to be leading the field when it comes to Ohio’s grassroots support,” said Timken. “I am running a race for Ohio, in Ohio, fueled by hard-working Ohioans, and I’m proud that my coalition of supporters continues to grow.”
Analysis of the itemized fundraising reports cycle to date prove that Timken is the clear favorite of the Ohio grassroots:
- Jane Timken is the only candidate with broad financial support across the state that continues to grow.
- Cycle to date, Jane has raised over $2.7 million dollars from Ohioans, handily beating out the rest of her opponents.
- Jane has over 3,700 individual donors from Ohio representing all 88 counties, including nearly 700 this quarter alone.
- Despite multiple previous bids for office in the state of Ohio, Ohio donors are choosing not to support Mandel’s candidacy and based on his itemized reports, nearly two-thirds of his financial support comes from out of state.
- Bernie Moreno’s fundraising has stalled and the number of individuals willing to make an investment in his campaign has dwindled.
- He raised only $300,000 this past quarter – less than half of what he raised in the 3rd quarter.
- Only 141 donors supported him last quarter – with just 84 from Ohio.
- Cycle to date, 70% of the money JD Vance has raised has come from outside Ohio.
- In Q4 alone, less than 200 Ohio donors made a contribution to his campaign.
- Despite spending nearly $10 million on TV advertising, just 50 people in the state of Ohio chose to support his campaign in Q4 and 175 overall.
- Despite entering the race to fill an Ohio void he claimed existed, Dolan’s Q4 itemized report shows no evidence of this. Only 25 individuals outside the greater Cleveland area even made a contribution to his campaign.
- Even though Q4 was Dolan’s first fundraising quarter, traditionally the strongest for candidates, the support he showed on his report was lackluster.
Timken’s Ohio support boosts an unmatched ground game with Timken County Chairs in all 88 counties and over 175 endorsements from Ohio elected officials and activists. She is also the only candidate doing significant direct voter contact and has already surpassed one million voter contacts in the campaign.
Learn more about Jane Timken and her campaign for U.S. Senate HERE.