Coach Tommy Tuberville on Friday, reported raising $533,937 in the fourth quarter fundraising period as a candidate for U.S. Senate from Alabama. Tuberville raised more money than the other candidates in the Republican primary.
“The people of our state are sick and tired of career politicians,” said Tuberville. “Our fundraising quarter shows that people are ready for a change in Washington. It is time to send Doug Jones home and elect someone who will have our President’s back through thick and thin.”
Tuberville, who is the political outsider in the race, has $1,523,738 in cash on hand. The majority of contributions came from Alabamians, with nearly 85% of contributions under $200.
One of his challengers, U.S. Representative Bradley Byrne announced earlier in the day that he has raised over $217,000 in the Fourth quarter with over $2.1 million dollars on hand leasing into the final month of the the primary campaign
The incumbent Senator that the Republicans are vying to challenge, Doug Jones announced earlier this month that he raised $1.9 million dollars in the fourth quarter and had $5.4 million dollars on hand for the general election
The Alabama Republican primary is March 3, and the party’s nominee will challenge Doug Jones in the November election.