New FEC filings show the latest fundraising numbers for candidates in the thirteenth congressional district. Heading into the final stretch of the campaign, the filings showed that Jesse Reising had $130k cash on hand, more than double the rest of the primary field combined. Reising also raised over $126K, more than the rest of the primary field combined.
This result is a strong testament to the broad coalition of support for Reising.
Reising has been firing on all cylinders with grassroots support and key endorsements from local elected officials as well as Senator Tom Cotton and former Congressman John Shimkus.
“I’m motivated now more than ever to deliver my message of limited government, free enterprise, and opportunity for all to my friends and neighbors in the thirteenth district,” said Reising, candidate for Illinois’ thirteenth congressional district. “Illinoisans are ready to send a political outsider with a proven track record to Washington to get results for them on day one.”