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Solid final quarter caps Emmer’s $10M in 2023 fundraising

Rep. Tom Emmer, the No. 3 House Republican, raised nearly $2.5 million in the fourth quarter of last year, bringing his 2023 total to more than $10 million, according to fundraising numbers first provided to POLITICO.

The majority whip announced his year-end fundraising figures Wednesday as House Republicans gather for their weekly conference meeting. Almost half of this fundraising haul was given to the House GOP campaign arm or directly to members and candidates.

“America is counting on House Republicans to deliver the conservative policies the country needs to get back on track,” Emmer said in a statement. “I want to thank the hundreds of thousands of hardworking Americans who donated to our efforts. We must remain laser-focused on our mission of growing this majority.”

A former chair of House Republicans’ campaign arm, Emmer and other members of leadership know fundraising is not only an important part of efforts to keeping the GOP majority but also expected among the heads of the party.

Last cycle, Republicans won far fewer seats than they hoped, giving them a razor-thin majority that has defined the 118th Congress for ousted Speaker Kevin McCarthy and his predecessor Mike Johnson.

Rep. Tom Emmer, the No. 3 House Republican, raised nearly $2.5 million in the fourth quarter of last year, bringing his 2023 total to more than $10 million, according to fundraising numbers first provided to POLITICO.
The majority whip announced his year-end fundraising figures Wednesday as House Republicans gather for their weekly conference meeting. Almost half of this fundraising haul was given to the House GOP campaign arm or directly to members and candidates.
“America is counting on House Republicans to deliver the conservative policies the country needs to get back on track,” Emmer said in a statement. “I want to thank the hundreds of thousands of hardworking Americans who donated to our efforts. We must remain laser-focused on our mission of growing this majority.”
A former chair of House Republicans’ campaign arm, Emmer and other members of leadership know fundraising is not only an important part of efforts to keeping the GOP majority but also expected among the heads of the party.
Last cycle, Republicans won far fewer seats than they hoped, giving them a razor-thin majority that has defined the 118th Congress for ousted Speaker Kevin McCarthy and his predecessor Mike Johnson.  

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