James out-raises Democrat incumbent for a third time and raises more than any Senate candidate in Michigan in Q1
Livonia, Mich.–– The John James for Senate campaign today announced raising $4.8 million in the first quarter of 2020. This figure breaks the fundraising record James set in previous quarters and out-raises the Democrat incumbent for the third straight quarter. This number brings the campaign’s total fundraising to nearly $13 million.
“This is a difficult time for Michigan. We are grateful for the support of our grassroots, across Michigan and the country, especially during these past few challenging months,” said Abby Walls, campaign spokesperson. “Our focus has been on serving Michiganders in need. That is the leadership voters are looking for—a proven leader who has shown he will get results for Michigan, even in the toughest of environments.”
James is a Detroit businessman and combat veteran. He served as captain of two helicopter platoons during Operation Iraqi Freedom. After his military service, James joined the family business – an automotive logistics company – and helped the company grow and provide quality jobs in Detroit.