Bhalla for Congress Raised $649,077 in 1st Quarter Without a Dime in PAC Money

Ravi Bhalla for Congress Raised $649,077 in 1st Quarter Without a Dime in PAC Money


Has Raised More than $1.6 million total


The Ravi Bhalla for Congress campaign today announced that as its 1st quarter FEC report documents, it raised $649,077 for the quarter and as of the end of the quarter had $991,198 cash on hand. The money was all raised from individual donors.  In less than 6 months of fundraising, the campaign has raised more than $1.6 million.


“My opponent continues to rely on special interest PACs and lobbyists to fund his campaign,” said Ravi Bhalla. “My campaign continues to be powered by individuals. As our Congressman, I will stand up to the special interests and fight every day for the working families of the 8th Congressional district.”

In the 1st quarter of 2024, Representative Rob Menendez Jr. raised $151,912 from PACS, including $73,112 from corporate PACS.  He also raised $64,900 from lobbyists, including $3,600 from key Senator Bob Menendez confidante and insider Donald Scarinci who has now given the maximum. This comes on top of $182,700 raised from PACs and lobbyists in the preceding quarter, including $10,000 from his father, Senator Bob Menendez’s leadership PAC.

Ravi Bhalla is running in the Democratic Primary against the incumbent, Rob Menendez Jr. for New Jersey’s 8th Congressional district seat.


A link to the report is provided below.



FEC Disclosure Form 3 for Bhalla for Congress

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