The Salt Lake Tribune: Here’s how much Utah’s 2022 congressional races are costing GOP candidates
In Utah’s 4th Congressional District, Rep. Burgess Owens continues to raise money hand over fist, pulling in $382,646 for the quarter and just over $2 million in total for the 2022 election cycle. That robust fundraising has come in handy as the Owens campaign has spent nearly twice as much as they raised in 2022. So far this election cycle, they’ve spent almost $100,000 more than they’ve raised.
Owens still has nearly $400,000 in the bank, which dwarfs the $24,405 on the balance sheet of Republican challenger Jake Hunsaker. Hunsaker qualified for the primary ballot through signature gathering. On Tuesday, Illinois Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger’s “Country First” organization donated $5,000 to Hunsaker’s campaign. Kinzinger is one of two Republicans on the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. He is also supporting McMullin’s effort against Lee.
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