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Adam Frisch reported a massive nearly $3.4 million third quarter haul in his second bid to defeat Lauren Boebert.

Democrat Adam Frisch’s campaign reported a massive third quarter haul of nearly $3.4 million — more than many nationally touted Democratic Senate candidates — as he seeks to win a rematch with Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) next year.

Frisch’s campaign said the average donation was less than $32 and reported $4.3 million cash on hand. He lost to the incumbent by a little more than 500 votes in 2022 as he gears up for another shot at the sprawling congressional seat.

“I am deeply humbled by the over 100,000 individual donations that were made to our campaign this quarter to defeat Lauren Boebert,” Frisch said in a statement.

Frisch’s fundraising total aligns closely with nationally-recognized Senate candidates like Sen. Bob Casey ($3.2 million) of Pennsylvania and Rep. Ruben Gallego ($3 million) of Arizona.

Democrat Adam Frisch’s campaign reported a massive third quarter haul of nearly $3.4 million — more than many nationally touted Democratic Senate candidates — as he seeks to win a rematch with Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) next year.
Frisch’s campaign said the average donation was less than $32 and reported $4.3 million cash on hand. He lost to the incumbent by a little more than 500 votes in 2022 as he gears up for another shot at the sprawling congressional seat.
“I am deeply humbled by the over 100,000 individual donations that were made to our campaign this quarter to defeat Lauren Boebert,” Frisch said in a statement.
Frisch’s fundraising total aligns closely with nationally-recognized Senate candidates like Sen. Bob Casey ($3.2 million) of Pennsylvania and Rep. Ruben Gallego ($3 million) of Arizona.  

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