ROUND UP: John Gregg Outraises Mike Pence in Fundraising Quarter



WISH-TV: “…you get a sense that it’s not just Democrats who object to [Gov. Pence’s] leadership.”

INDIANAPOLIS – In case you missed it, Mike Pence’s campaign is already on life support as last Friday, John Gregg outraised the incumbent governor in the fundraising quarter $1.8 million to $1.5 million. And had it not been for a last minute $500,000 bailout by the RGA, Gregg would have trounced Pence by a 2-1 margin. From across Indiana to Washington D.C., this news caught the political world by surprise.

So what’s this mean? With economically damaging policies like RFRA and the state ranking 38th in the nation for per capita income, Hoosiers simply don’t trust Mike Pence as he’s time and again put his political agenda ahead of the well-being of Indiana. And if you don’t believe us, just watch this video.

IndyStar: “John Gregg outpaces Gov. Mike Pence in first-quarter fundraising”

WISH-TV: “Combine that news with the booing that greeted the governor when he threw out the first pitch at Thursday night’s Indianapolis Indians game and you get a sense that it’s not just Democrats who object to his leadership.”

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: “Gregg’s fundraising ‘exceptionally’ good”

Indiana Public Media: “Governor Mike Pence raised about $1.5 million in the first quarter of the year, but about a third of that total came from the Republican Governors Association on the final day of the period.”

Indianapolis Business Journal: “Gregg overtook Pence in fundraising during the first three months of 2016, according to new campaign finance reports, and is catching up on his overall cash position.”

Statehouse File: “Gregg’s campaign has raised three times more money than the same period when he ran in 2012.”

Eagle Country Online: “Gregg Raises More Money Than Pence In First Quarter Of 2016”

Associated Press: “Indiana Democrat John Gregg has so far outpaced Indiana Gov. Mike Pence in campaign funds raised during the first quarter of this year.”


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