Wednesday, April 8, 2009

McAuliffe raises over $4 million

Great news today from the McAuliffe campaign.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe raised $4.2 million in the three- month period that ended March 31, campaign officials said today.

McAuliffe, former chairman of Democratic National Committee, has nearly $2.5 million cash on hand.

"We are thrilled with the grassroots and fundraising support we have received over the last few months," McAuliffe campaign manager Mike Henry said. "Virginians are looking for a governor who will continue the Warner-Kaine tradition of leadership and bring both business and executive experience to Richmond. Terry's decades of experience creating jobs and turning around struggling businesses, as well as his detailed plans to get Virginia's economy back on track, have resonated with Virginia voters."

I endorsed the McAuliffe campaign because, in addition to bold positions on jobs, energy and the environment, this campaign is firing on all pistons and avoiding the vicious negativity of the Moran campaign.

Good stuff.

2 comments:

sammi said...

glad you're back in the saddle here josh. those of us who appreciate your wisdom and insight will follow.

staying close,

s =)

Tom Counts said...

I second Sammi's comment, especially the part about your wisdom and insight. I hope to see you in person again soo, brother Josh.

Tom Counts