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Dan Koh Raises Over $911,000 In First Quarter Of 2018

Apr 19, 2018 06:51AM ● By Theresa Gilman

Dan Koh

ANDOVER, MA – Democratic congressional candidate Dan Koh announced that he raised more than $911,000 in the first three months of 2018 in his campaign for Massachusetts’ 3rd District. Koh received contributions from more than half of the communities in the district. In total, Koh has raised more than $2.52 million from close to 3,300 individual contributors since September 2017. Over 97% of funds raised so far are designated for the primary campaign.
“I am grateful for the outstanding support I have received throughout my campaign,” said Koh. “We are building a strong, grassroots organization that is engaging with voters across the Third District. Currently, our campaign has over 100 active volunteers who are knocking on doors, making phone calls, and talking to neighbors. I am thrilled that so many people want to get involved in our campaign, stand up to this President’s dangerous policies, and fight for universal healthcare and an economy that works for everyone.”
As a result of Koh’s grassroots support, he was the first candidate in the 3rdDistrict race to officially file the 2,000 signatures needed to get on the ballot. Additionally, Koh has earned the support of eleven local unions and has also been endorsed by the Chairwoman of the Methuen City Council Jennifer Kannan, the President of the Marlborough City Council Ed Clancy, and other local elected officials.
Complete details on contributions will be available when the campaign committee files its quarterly report with the Federal Election Commission on April 15th.
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