Congressman Bradley Byrne (AL-01) on Tuesday announced that his 2020 U.S. Senate campaign raised $408,383 in the third quarter and will report over $2.5 million cash-on-hand in their latest finance report to the Federal Election Commission.
Byrne continues to lead the field in fundraising so far in the GOP primary, including in Q3. He raised over $750,000 raised in the second quarter. His cash-on-hand was $2,439,905.29 at the end of Q2.
That figure rose approximately $90,000 by the close of Q3, sitting at $2,529,019.97.
In a statement, Byrne said, “I am so grateful to every person who contributes to our fight to bring our Alabama values to the U.S. Senate.”
“From the start, this campaign has been fueled by grassroot supporters across Alabama, and today’s fundraising report shows that our campaign is only getting stronger and is built to last,” he added.
Byrne’s campaign advised that approximately $2,000,000 of their total cash-on-hand is available to be spent in the primary pursuant to federal election laws.
Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) raised $2,020,054 in the third quarter and spent $1,237,344 during that time period. Jones has $5,042,251 cash-on-hand as of the end of Q3.
Yellowhammer News will bring you the latest fundraising numbers from the other Republican Senate campaigns as soon as they are available.
Fundraising numbers from all leading GOP candidates are available here.
Sean Ross is the editor of Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @sean_yhn