Albuquerque, New Mexico 2020-10-17 12:54:25 –
Republican challenger Yvette Herrell surged in funding over the same period, raising $ 1,013,687. This is one of the largest Republican nominee funding quarters in state history.
Republicans Alamogordo reported that they had $ 514,096 in cash on hand in a campaign that hoped to withdraw more money than SuperPAC.
In recent weeks, Herrell has effectively brought President Donald Trump and other renowned Republicans to the campaign.
Tress Small is trying to retain her traditional Republican seat against Herrell in a turnout-determined 2018 rematch. In her first semester, Torres Small sought to portray himself as a moderate in favor of the party on certain issues such as hydraulic fracturing and gun control.
Herrell, who lost to Tres Small with less than 4,000 votes, worked to link Tres Small to Democratic Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
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