Glens Falls: Today, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik announced that Elise for Congress raised over $1.5 million in the first quarter of 2020. The campaign has over $4 million cash-on-hand for reelection.

Elise for Congress received over 43,000 individual donations in Q1, with an average donation of $35. Nearly 22,000 donors were first-time donors. This Q1 haul brings Elise for Congress’ total amount raised in the 2020 cycle to over $6 million. E-PAC has raised $750,000 since the relaunch and donated $350,000 directly to candidates, helped raise an additional $100,000 directly for candidates, as well as transferred nearly $50,000 to support GOP committees committed to electing strong GOP Women.

During the COVID-19 crisis, the Elise for Congress campaign has restructured its priorities to meet the health needs of the North Country community during this unprecedented time. In addition to Congresswoman Stefanik’s outreach and efforts for the community on the federal level, the campaign has made over 25,000 health and wellness check-in calls to North Country seniors, the most vulnerable age group to COVID-19. The campaign has over a million in-district impressions on digital advertisements hosted on local news sites that link to critical CDC guidelines and local resources.

“The Elise for Congress campaign continues to work tirelessly to serve North Country constituents during this unprecedented coronavirus crisis,” said Congresswoman Elise Stefanik. “I am humbled by the overwhelming support from my constituents during this difficult time. I’m grateful for each and every contribution to my campaign, especially in light of this public health crisis. I will continue to work each day on behalf of the North Country, so the health of my constituents is prioritized on the federal level. Thank you for your support – together, we will combat and ultimately beat COVID-19.”

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