Skip to comments.MANESS MORE THAN QUADRUPLES FUNDRAISING IN FOURTH QUARTER OF 2013 (LA Senate)
Posted on 02/03/2014 8:51:19 AM PST by cotton1706
U.S. Senate candidate Col. Rob Maness (USAF, Ret.; R-LA) has reported a quadrupling of campaign contributions at the end of the fourth quarter in a new report filed with the Federal Elections Commission today.
Maness raised more than $240,000 in the final three months of 2013, more than doubling the $101,000 total previously raised and four times as much as he raised in the preceding quarter.
The new report also shows the Maness campaign has nearly $132,000 on hand.
"This level of momentum is significant for us," Maness said. "Coming from outside the political establishment and drawing support from the people of Louisiana, not the political elite or Washington insiders, this report is extraordinary. We continue to receive more and more donations every day, as our message of constitutional conservatism reaches more and more voters of my state."
In October, Maness was endorsed by the Senate Conservatives Fund and has also been endorsed by Madison Project, Gun Owners of America, Special Operations Speaks, and numerous other organizations dedicated to constitutional, limited government.
"It is becoming increasingly apparent that the people of Louisiana are looking for a citizen legislator to serve in the U.S. Senate," Maness said. "They're looking for someone who can truly represent them because he is one of them. As a former Colonel in the Air Force, I know what service and sacrifice are and I am prepared to represent those values in Washington." Read more at Rob Maness for Senate - See more at:
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This is good news, but it has to translate in the polls. Maness is running out of time to break out.
“Constitutional Conservatism”-I love that phrase, it’s perfect.
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