Mikie Sherrill, a former Navy helicopter pilot, former Assistant U.S. Attorney, and Democrat running to challenge Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, announced today that she brought in $498,056.80 this past quarter for her campaign in New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District.
She ended the quarter with $495,568.42 cash on hand and over 3000 individual donors.
“We’re building a movement in New Jersey’s 11th,” said Sherrill. “To have this kind of support from the communities across the 11th is incredibly humbling. From diner tours to house parties, I am working to make sure the voters of this district are heard. People tell me they want a representative who listens to them and not to Washington’s elite. They want someone who will fight for their economic security and health care while working hard to make sure we are building an economy of the future right here in New Jersey’s 11th District. For 22 years, Congressman Frelinghuysen has gone unchallenged and he continues to choose the leadership in Washington over his constituents. I have served my country proudly and I am ready to serve the people of this district.”
Since announcing her decision to challenge Frelinghuysen, Sherrill’s campaign has earned endorsements from key elected officials including Mayor Keith Kazmark of Woodland Park, national groups like EMILY’s List, VoteVets, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s Off the Sidelines PAC, New Politics, Congressman Seth Moulton, Feminist Majority and made the 2018 watchlist for the NewDem PAC. Sherrill has also been featured in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Forbes, and Glamour among other national publications.
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