FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 14, 2023
GOV. ASA HUTCHINSON ANNOUNCES 2ND QUARTER FUNDRAISING TOTALS Number of Unique Donors Increases Since July 1
DES MOINES, Iowa — Governor Asa Hutchinson, a Republican candidate for President as well as a former governor of Arkansas and official in President George W. Bush's administration, released fundraising totals for the second quarter of 2023 across all of his entities. Those entities include Asa for America, Inc., Team Asa, Inc., and A Stronger America (ASA) PAC, Inc. This is the campaign's first FEC finance report since launching the campaign at the end of April. Supporters from throughout the nation have contributed the following to Governor Hutchinson:
Asa for America, Inc. (Principal Candidate Committee)
Cash on Hand: $378,677.55
Team Asa, Inc. (Joint Fundraising Committee)
Cash on Hand: $107,352.62
A Stronger America (ASA) PAC, Inc. (Leadership PAC - Included in Team Asa)
Cash on Hand: $504,232.40
"Throughout my career, I have prioritized principles over party politics. This campaign is no different. I remain dedicated to a retail politics approach and am thankful to have the support of so many Americans who have invested in our forward-looking vision for America," said Gov. Asa Hutchinson, the 46th Governor of Arkansas and a current Republican candidate for President. "Together, we will bring out the best of America, and I am prepared to continue to serve the American people."
Governor Hutchinson received contributions from 3,928 unique donors from April to June. Since July 1st, Governor Hutchinson has received additional contributions from 2,516 unique donors in just 13 days. Additionally, the campaign has received donations from all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
"While the Republican National Committee has chosen to place an arbitrary number of donors on the qualification for the debate stage, I am energized by the outpouring of support from Americans, especially in the last 13 days. I remain confident that we will qualify for the debate stage," concluded Gov. Hutchinson.