First District candidate Tracey Mann reported his second quarter fundraising totals, bringing in $172,900 – $106,563 more than the first quarter.
Mann’s total debt is at $36,945, which is up from the last quarter by $12,939. Small dollar contributions stand at $19,770. Operating expenditures for the quarter are at $251,885. Thus far, Mann has raised $557,289 for the election, and spent $373,169.
This has been Mann’s best quarter to date, no doubt helped by his standing in the polls, and a lot of Salina money that got freed up when Monte Shadwick dropped out of the race and endorsed Mann.
In a press release announcing the numbers, Mann said:
“Positive momentum is on our side. These fund raising totals prove that Kansans know we need a representative with small business and agriculture experience — not another politician. Our fund raising totals and the latest poll numbers showing us tied for first place indicate that our message is resonating in the hearts and minds of the voters in the Big First.”