Rep. Katie Hill raised over $730,000 in second quarterProclaimer Staff July 16, 2019 0 COMMENTS
New filings released by the Federal Election Commission show that Rep. Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) raised over $730,000 during the second quarter of the 2020 election cycle.
Hill’s campaign raised $605,418.29 during the first quarter of the 2020 election cycle. After deducting operating costs, her campaign committee now holds $1,122,898.43 in its account.
“Every single day, the priorities of our community – access to health care, housing we can afford, and a government that is accountable only to the people – are what drives me to keep fighting,” Hill said. “In 2018, grassroots organizing helped elect a new generation of leaders who are serious about standing up to special interests and bringing their community’s voice to Congress. I am so grateful for their continued support.”
Hill is among the top ten fundraisers who are listed as a National Republican Congressional Committee 2020 target. Out of the California congressional delegation, only Rep. Katie Porter (D-Irvine) brought in more than Hill, with over $1,000,000 raised this quarter.
Hill’s challengers — Republican campaign strategist Suzette Martinez Valladares, military veteran Mike Garcia, Lancaster city councilmember Angela Underwood-Jacobs and Mike Cripe — announced their candidacies during the second quarter and have been fundraising since their campaign launches. Valladares raised a total of $20,195, Garcia raised $250,257, Underwood-Jacobs raised $121,624 and Cripe raised $15,410.