Bradley Byrne, a candidate for U.S. Senate and the Congressman from Alabama’s First Congressional District, today announced that his campaign started 2020 with over $2.1 million in the bank.
In the fourth quarter of 2019, Bradley raised $217,251 and will report over $2.1 million in cash on hand. Bradley led the field for all of 2019, raising over $2.5 million throughout the year.
“Bradley has already moved into second place, and we have the resources in the bank necessary to keep the momentum going,” Campaign Manager Seth Morrow said. “Our campaign is entirely focused on earning votes one person at a time, winning this primary, and defeating Doug Jones come November.”
The momentum is on Bradley’s side heading into the last month of the race. In 2019, Bradley was the only candidate to visit all 67 counties, the only candidate to announce a 200+ person Grassroots Leadership Team with leaders from all 67 counties, and the only to have received donations from all 67 counties.
The only other candidate to report so far is incumbent Senator Doug Jones. Jones reported that he raised $1.9 million in the fourth quarter and ended 2019 with $5.4 million dollars on hand