Assemblymember Christy Smith’s campaign reports raising over $425,000 since Jan. 1Proclaimer Staff July 26, 2019 0 COMMENTS
On Thursday, July 25, Assemblymember Christy Smith’s (D-Santa Clarita) campaign announced that it raised $429,869 during the first period of fundraising for her 2020 re-election bid.
“My singular focus every day is to work hard for you, the people of the 38th Assembly District,” Smith said. “These past few months, we’ve created middle class jobs, protected clean air, fought to make college more affordable, pushed to modernize emergency response and public safety, invest more in local classrooms and hold government accountable to make sure it’s effective and efficient when it comes to safeguarding taxpayers and serving the people.”
After deducting operating costs, Smith’s campaign reports holding $369,444 in its committee.
“The depth and breadth of support we’ve received for this first fundraising report serves as a validation of our for the people agenda, the important work we’ve already accomplished and the work we’re going to continue pursuing in the weeks and months ahead,” Smith said.
Former Assemblymember Dante Acosta, who is the only person to file a statement of intent and open a campaign committee to run for the 38th Assembly District, has not launched a 2020 campaign and has not received any contributions since Jan. 1, 2019, according to documents from the California Secretary of State.