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Friends of Sherrod Brown Raises Over Three Times More Than #OHSEN Field Combined

COLUMBUS, OH – FEC reports show that the Friends of Sherrod Brown campaign raised over three times more than Sherrod’s potential opponents combined last quarter. Yesterday, the Friends of Sherrod Brown campaign reported it raised $6.6 million in the fourth quarter of 2023 – a “huge sum” – and ended the quarter with $14.6 million cash on hand.

Nearly 96 percent of individual contributions last quarter were $100 or less – demonstrating significant grassroots support for Sherrod and a sharp contrast from Sherrod’s potential opponents, who have already collectively loaned themselves more than $10 million. Friends of Sherrod Brown has already received donations from all 88 counties in Ohio.

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Politico: Sherrod Brown raises $6.6M for crucial Ohio Senate race
Burgess Everett – January 12, 2024

  • Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown raised $6.6 million in the last three months, according to numbers first shared with POLITICO, a huge sum which will be critical in his challenging reelection campaign.
  • And the three-term Democrat has $14.6 million on hand heading into what’s likely to be the toughest race of his career.
  • “Sherrod Brown is fighting for Ohio while his opponents fight for the title of largest self-funder — that’s why Sherrod continues to have the momentum in this race,” said campaign manager Rachel Petri.

Columbus Dispatch: Sen. Sherrod Brown boasts $14M in campaign money as Republicans make final primary push
Haley BeMiller – February 1, 2024

  • Hours after Sen. Sherrod Brown disclosed his latest fundraising haul, Ohio Republicans sent out a panicked request. “The Ohio Republican Party is facing a stark reality – we cannot match Brown’s financial firepower without your immediate help,” the email stated.
  • Republicans acknowledge Brown is a skilled retail politician who’s responsive to his constituents.
  • “Sherrod Brown is fighting for Ohio while his opponents fight for the title of largest self-funder – that’s why Sherrod continues to have the momentum in this race,” Brown’s campaign manager, Rachel Petri, said in a statement earlier this month.
  • The price tag for that [primary] contest continues to grow, driven largely by Dolan and Moreno’s ability to fund their campaigns. Dolan, whose family owns the Cleveland Guardians, raised just $342,000 in the fourth quarter and spent roughly $2.2 million. His campaign still has $4.8 million in the bank thanks to personal loans.
  • Moreno’s campaign burned through $3.8 million and received $778,000 in contributions, leaving him with $2 million to start 2024.
  • [LaRose] entered 2024 with $771,000 on hand − far behind his opponents − but also has the support of a super PAC bankrolled by Illinois billionaire Richard Uihlein. Uihlein funded the failed effort to make it harder to amend the Ohio Constitution last August.

Washington Post, The Early 202