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

COLUMBUS, OH – Friends of Sherrod Brown raised more than three times what Sherrod’s potential opponents raised combined excluding self-funding in the first two months of 2024. While Sherrod’s potential opponents write themselves checks and “heavily” self-fund – to the tune of $13.65 million so far this cycle – Sherrod is building a grassroots operation that will win and raised nearly $5.7 million in the first two months of 2024.

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Spectrum News“Ohio’s Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown, the incumbent, continues to raise the bulk of that cash. Campaign finance reports show that Brown’s campaign raised nearly $6 million just in the past two months.” 

The Hill: Sherrod Brown raises nearly $6M in 2 months amid Ohio Senate race
Julie Mueller
March 7, 2024

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) has raised $5.7 million in the first two months of the year amid a contentious race as he tries for reelection to the Senate, his campaign announced.
  • The Friends of Sherrod Brown campaign now reports having $13.5 million on hand as three Republicans vie in the primary to take on the Democratic incumbent in November.
  • “The gaggle of out-of-touch rich guys vying to take on Sherrod is no match for the thousands of supporters behind his reelection,” said campaign manager Rachel Petri.
  • According to year-end Federal Election Commission filings, Brown ended last year with more than $14 million in the bank, dwarfing LaRose’s $771,000, Moreno’s $2 million and Dolan’s $4.8 million. Ohio Senate race: Millionaire Republican candidates dip further into personal funds to bankroll campaigns in election’s final weeks
Andrew Tobias
March 8, 2024

  • Two Cleveland-area millionaires running in Ohio’s Republican U.S. Senate race dipped further into their personal wealth to help fund their campaigns in the final weeks before the March 19 primary election, according to new campaign finance disclosures.
  • Brown reported raising $5.7 million this year – more [than] the three Republican candidates combined, notwithstanding their personal loans – and spending $6.7 million, leaving him with $13.5 million in cash.