94 percent of money raised came from NH donors, campaign official says
WMUR reported over the weekend on Matt Mayberry’s impressive fundraising through the end of Q1:
Republican 1st District U.S. House candidate Matt Mayberry raised more than $105,000 from 338 donors in the three months ending March 31, a campaign official said Friday.
Mayberry is one of two major Republicans competing in a primary campaign to take on Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Pappas in the general election. The primary will be held Sept. 8, so far pitting Mayberry, a former Dover city councilor, against former State Department official Matt Mowers.
Mayberry’s campaign said 338 donors is among the most – if not the most ever – number of donors to a non-incumbent New Hampshire congressional candidate in the first quarter of an election year.
It also said the number is more than four times the number first quarter donors to either of the Republican candidates who ran for the 1st District seat in 2019.
The campaign said 94 percent of the contribution total came from New Hampshire donors and said Mayberry did not contribute or loan any of his own money to his campaign.
The Mayberry campaign said its first quarter report will show entered April with between $77,000 and $80,000 on hand.
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