FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: October 10, 2022
CONTACT: Madeleine Schmidt, 405-822-0533
Frisch Raises Nearly $1.7 Million in Q3, Almost Doubling Boebert’s Q3 Fundraising
Frisch brings in an additional $400,000 since last week’s poll showing a statistical tie with Boebert
Woody Creek, CO – The Adam Frisch campaign for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district announced raising $1.69 million in the 3rd quarter FEC filing, nearly doubling incumbent Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert’s announced $900,000 raised for the same period.
Frisch was the top-earning congressional candidate in Colorado and among just six Democratic congressional challengers who raised more than $1.5 million in Q3, according to an Oct. 4 report from Axios.
In a sign of building momentum to beat Boebert, the Frisch campaign raised an additional $400,000 in the last week after releasing poll numbers from Keating Research showing Frisch within 2 points of beating Boebert, a statistical tie given the poll’s 4.4% margin of error.
“Between nearly doubling Boebert in fundraising and the recent poll numbers showing that we are virtually tied, it’s clear that voters in CO-3 are ready to replace Boebert with someone who will focus on the district and be an independent voice for change in Washington,” Frisch said. “Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this campaign, we are going to beat Boebert and ensure CO-3 has a representative who will be a workhorse in Washington to deliver wins for the district, not a show pony like Boebert who only focuses on herself.”
The Frisch campaign is rapidly gaining ground and is well-positioned to win in CO-3. Frisch continues to bring in new supporters across the region and the political spectrum, with 57% of unaffiliated voters saying they will support Frisch compared to just 32% for Boebert, according to the Keating poll.
Frisch has not personally invested campaign funds in Q3 nor will in Q4.