Releases on Third Quarter 2011 Fundraising [in order received]
PRESS RELEASE from RickPerry.org For Immediate Distribution:
Oct. 5, 2011
Rick Perry Campaign Raises More Than $17
Million in 49 Days More than $15M Cash
on Hand; Donations from all 50 states, D.C., Guam; 51 percent of donors
from out of state
AUSTIN – RickPerry.org, Inc. today announced it raised more than
$17 million for the GOP primary race between Aug. 13 and Sept. 30 from
more than 22,000 unique contributors. Because of his August 13th entry
into the race, Gov. Perry raised funds for just 49 of the 92 days in
“The generous contributions from Americans across the nation prove the
overwhelming support for Gov. Perry’s principled, conservative
leadership and vision to get America working again," said Perry
Campaign Manager Rob Johnson. “The governor will continue travelling
the country talking directly to Americans about restoring our economic
strength, job creation and putting our country on a path to prosperity
and opportunity for future generations. Gov. Perry deeply
the energetic support and hard work of the thousands of Republican
volunteers and activists who’ve helped us build a strong and growing
organization in just seven weeks.”
Donations were received from all 50 states, the District of Columbia,
Puerto Rico and Guam, with 51 percent of donors from outside the state
of Texas. As of Sept. 30, the campaign has $15 million cash on hand.
All but approximately $50,000 raised will go towards the primary race.
For more information about Gov. Rick Perry’s record, presidential
campaign and plan to get America working again, please visit: www.rickperry.org.
Committee For Immediate Release: October
2011 Contact: Gary Howard
Campaign Raises More Than $8 Million in Q3
unique donors trump Perry’s 5 to 1
LAKE JACKSON, Texas –
The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign announced today that it has
raised more than $8 million in the third quarter from more than 100,000
unique donors – more than five times the number of total donors to the
campaign of Texas Governor Rick Perry.
“The amount and nature of donations to Ron Paul proves his fundraising
prowess and also demonstrates in real numbers the grassroots support
Dr. Paul receives from average Americans,” said Ron Paul 2012 National
Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton.
Dr. Paul shared his fundraising results total at a luncheon speech at
the National Press Club.
from Obama for
October 13, 2011
the third fundraising quarter of this year, 606,027 people donated to
this campaign -- even more than gave in the record-breaking previous
-- Those people gave more than 766,000 total donations -- 98
percent of them $250 or less, at an average amount of $56. That's more
than twice as many donations than we had at this point in the historic
-- We are focused on building infrastructure that will help us
in 2012. And each quarter we set a combined goal for the campaign and
our allies at the Democratic National Committee. We far exceeded our
goal of $55 million this quarter between the two organizations.
-- Together, Obama for America and the DNC raised more than $70
million. And it all happened during a summer when the President was
focused on doing the job he was elected to do -- a summer when we had
to cancel a series of fundraising events and ask everyone to dig a
now, 982,967 people have donated
to this campaign. We're within striking distance of 1 million donors.
-- ...on top of
the hundreds of thousands of supporters
from 2008 who decided to make another donation, 257,635 people made
their first donation ever to the Obama organization -- continuing the
record pace you all set in the previous quarter. PRESS RELEASE from Romney for President
CONTACT: Romney Press Office
ROMNEY RAISES MORE THAN $32 MILLION FOR
Boston, MA – Today,
for President announced it has raised more than $32 million so far in
the primary. The campaign will report raising more than $14 million for
the third quarter, and more than $18 million for the second. This total
represents only primary contributions as the campaign did not raise
general election funds. In 2007, Romney collected $10 million for the
third quarter reporting period.
for President National Finance Chairman Spencer Zwick said, “We are
proud of the $32 million we have raised for the campaign so far. This
is just the start of the effort to help fuel Mitt Romney’s message that
will defeat President Obama next November.”
About Romney For President’s Third Quarter Fundraising: ·
Amount Raised In Primary Contributions For The Year: $32.49
Raised In Primary Contributions In The Third Quarter:
$14.16 Million ·
Raised In Primary Contributions In The Second Quarter: $18
On Hand: $14.65 Million ·
Of Contributors In Third Quarter: 55,947 ·
In Total Donors From Second Quarter: 73% ·
Of Contributions Less Than $250 In The Third Quarter: 83% ·
Received From All 50 States And Washington, D.C. ·
General Election Money Collected ·
Romney Did Not Make A Personal Loan
RELEASE from Friends of Herman Cain
October 14, 2011
Cain’s Surge Leads to Increase in Support
The Friends of Herman Cain presidential campaign committee reports
total third quarter contributions of $2,813,341.52 with cash on hand of
$1,333,778.56. The committee reported no debt.
The momentum from the September 22nd Fox News-Google GOP Presidential
Debate in Orlando and Cain’s subsequent Florida, Kansas City,
Minnesota, and Illinois straw poll victories has elevated Mr. Cain to
front-runner status and has helped the committee raise an additional 2
million dollars since the close of the FEC reporting period.
“We have had a very successful quarter. Mr. Cain’s message is
spreading and attracting supporters all across the country,” said Mark
Block, Chief Operating Officer for Friends of Herman Cain, Inc.
Cain’s 9-9-9 Plan to restore the economy is resonating with the general
public and this surge of momentum has enabled the campaign to leverage
Cain’s rise in the polls into financial resources. The American
is eager to elect a leader with a proven record of leadership and
RELEASE from Rick Santorum for President
October 15, 2011
For Immediate Release
Contact: Matt Beynon
Verona, PA - Former Senator
his fundraising totals for the 3rd
quarter and he named Mr. Eustace (Euse) Mita to the position of
National Finance Chairman.
Gidley, National Communications Director, said, "It's no secret that
Rick hasn't been out there fundraising much. Instead, he's been focused
on meeting voters, growing the grassroots base and pushing his
conservative message in the early states. However, with strong debate
performances and several top finishes in some important straw polls -
the strategy is building momentum at the right time and are working to
capitalize on the increased support. Appointing Euse is a big part of
that. In fact, of the over $704,000 we've raised during the 3rd
Quarter of 2011, half of that was raised in the last three
race has never been about high-priced consultants and slick TV ads -
it's about the people and getting America back on track. With every
town hall, meet and greet and debate, it's clear that the people like
the message and they like the messenger."
Mita said, "I am excited to form and lead a talented team of supporters
to build the financial network necessary to fund Rick's presidential
campaign. Rick and I have been friends for years, and I can think
no one better prepared to serve as our next commander-in-chief.
have made great strides since I accepted this role in mid-September,
and we are building momentum quickly. I am anxious to build upon
momentum to help Rick on to victory in the Iowa caucuses and beyond."
Santorum said, "I am thrilled to have Euse on board as our campaign's
finance chairman. Euse is known as one of our nation's leading
philanthropists and has led numerous successful fundraising
His work and success is renowned, and I am confident that under his
leadership, our finance team will ensure that we have the resources
necessary to not just compete, but win the Republican nomination."
Mita is Chairman of Achristavest Properties, LLC, a developer of
waterfront properties in New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania; and
Chairman of Mita Management, a closely held company with interests in
the automotive and real estate industries. Mita served on the
Directors of Penske Automotive Group (PAG:NYSE), Reynolds &
Reynolds (REY:NYSE) and Republic First Bank (NASDAQ:FRBK). Mita
lead a national team of financial supporters to support the Rick
Santorum for President campaign.
Newt Gingrich's commitment to running a campaign that offers Leadership
Now is paying off.
The month of September saw the introduction of the 21st Century
Contract with America which Investor's Business Daily said in
comparison to other GOP plans, "wins, hands down."
Critiquing Gingrich's debate performance at Ames, Iowa radio
personality Steve Deace said, “[Newt Gingrich] put leadership ahead of
policy. This was the Gingrich of the 1994 Republican Revolution.”
In New Hampshire, Union Leader
Publisher Joseph McQuaid editorialized on Sept. 16th, "The Republican
Party and its contenders may want to look to former Speaker Gingrich
for the best strategy on Social Security questions and perhaps on many
In South Carolina, Newt earned a critical
endorsement from the founder of the Columbia Tea Party Allen Olson, who
wrote: "There is only one candidate for president who is leading on
what I believe are the underlying issues this country faces. Not only
is this candidate talking about serious issues, he is providing real
Looking at every indicator, Gingrich has momentum going into the fall
and will be the alternative to the front runner.
The bulk of the campaign's support is coming from small dollar
donors with an average contribution of $76.
the third quarter, the campaign gained momentum and recovered. 50% of
contributions in the third quarter came from new donors.
Gingrich's ranking in national polls rose from 6% to 11% over
the course of the quarter.
Traffic to Newt.org doubled, if not tripled in days following
Over 500 people signed up to volunteer in the last two weeks of
The campaign will open headquarters in Iowa, New Hampshire and
South Carolina this month.
2011 donations (not included in the current filing) have already
surpassed $250,000, coming in at double the pace from the same point in
the 2nd quarter.
Cash on hand
Debt paid off
October 15, 2011
Bachmann Announces 3Q
Fundraising Total of $4.1 Million
- Bachmann for President campaign manager Keith Nahigian
today a combined 3Q fundraising total
of $4.1 million for the campaign's authorized committees. Reports filed
with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) document the more than
contributions with an average contribution of approximately $42.
"We are especially proud of
the fact that we continue to bring in large
numbers of small donors who contribute time after
time," Nahigian said. "These donors reflect a wave of people who will
not settle in this election, and support our efforts to put our
country back on track."
Breakdown of 3Q
Combined fundraising total:
than $4.1 million
combined contributions: more than 97,000
contributors: roughly 70,000
Total average contribution:
Total Cash on Hand: $1.5 million
"We are grateful to each and
every donor who has helped us gather the
necessary resources to continue
reaching out to the people of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and
the rest of the country," Nahigian said.