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O’Donnell Raising Funds Like Wildfire Since Her Primary Victory

Christine O’Donnell’s campaign might start off down in the polls against Democrat Chris Coons in Delaware’s Senate race, but as of this afternoon she’s no

Thomas Dixon
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Last updated: Jul 31, 2020 | Sep 18, 2010

Christine O’Donnell’s campaign might start off down in the polls against Democrat Chris Coons in Delaware’s Senate race, but as of this afternoon she’s no longer the underdog in terms of fundraising. O’Donnell’s website, which now consists of nothing more than one big fundraising request, reports that she’s raised over $1.6 million since her primary victory on Tuesday. Coons, for his part, has reported his PAC raising about $1.6 million over his entire campaign. He still has about $900,000 of it in cash on hand.

It’s now eminently clear that, despite some initial hesitation from GOP operatives, Republicans are not walking away from O’Donnell’s race in Delaware. Or, perhaps more accurately, despite the fear and loathing of many establishment Republicans, they’ve been proven powerless in containing the excitement among conservatives over the GOP’s latest insurgent candidate. The news will likely galvanize Democrats to pour more money into the race as well, meaning little Delaware might be poised to break some spending records this year.

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