OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – On Sunday, Congresswoman Kendra Horn’s campaign announced it had broken fundraising records for federal elections in Oklahoma.
- Record for single-quarter fundraising: Horn’s campaign raised over $1.4 million in the third quarter of 2020, a record for federal congressional elections in Oklahoma, both for the House and the Senate.
- Record for House campaign fundraising: The campaign has raised a record-breaking $5.1 million over the election cycle, the most ever raised for a U.S. House of Representatives campaign in Oklahoma.
- Record for number of Oklahoma donors: Congresswoman Horn’s campaign broke the record for number of Oklahomans contributing to a campaign for Oklahoma’s 5th District. Over 5,600 Oklahomans have contributed to the campaign.
“We’re seeing an outpouring of support right now because there is so much at stake this election,” said Ward Curtin. “As COVID cases hit new highs in our state, Oklahomans want a representative who is going to defend the Affordable Care Act and fight to expand health care access rather than take it away. Our schools are on the frontlines of the pandemic, and Congresswoman Horn is working to deliver the resources that students and teachers need to stay safe. Our communities are hurting, and Congresswoman Horn has been there to help deliver unemployment benefits and to get the water turned on for families struggling to make ends meet. That’s why Oklahomans are donating to Congresswoman Horn’s campaign in record numbers – people here know she’ll never stop fighting for our state.”
Going into the final quarter of the campaign, Congresswoman Horn has more than $1 million in cash-on-hand.
The campaign’s record-breaking fundraising isn’t the first record Congresswoman Horn has broken. During her first term, Congresswoman Horn hosted a record-breaking number of town halls. She’s also worked across the aisle to get twenty-three of her bills signed into law in a divided Congress.