MORRIS COUNTY — Setting a new record for New Jersey U.S. House races, Democratic candidate Mikie Sherrill announced a second quarter fundraising total of nearly $1.9 million dollars. The quarter brings Sherrill’s total raise to $4.2 million and she heads into the general election with $2.9 million cash on hand.
“The priorities of our campaign continue to resonate in this community,” said Sherrill. “Tax relief, quality and affordable healthcare, and growing New Jersey’s economy are top concerns for the people of New Jersey. I am incredibly honored to have the support of so many Americans who are ready for new leadership in Congress that puts people first. Our campaign is going to continue working hard to talk to all residents of the 11th District and earn their vote in November.“
The report further highlights Sherrill’s strong fundraising abilities. She previously set the New Jersey fundraising record for U.S. House candidates by raising $1.1 million in the first quarter of 2018.
As a U.S. Navy veteran, former prosecutor, and mother of four, Mikie Sherrill is focused on bringing new leadership to Congress. She will work with Republicans and Democrats to restore the full state and local tax deduction for New Jersey taxpayers, work to fix the Affordable Care Act to bring down health care costs, and focus on creating good paying jobs in New Jersey.