Smiley Campaign Release Record Fundraising Numbers

For Immediate Release

October 7, 2022


Tiffany Smiley: “We’re Ready to Win and I’m Ready to Lead Where Patty Murray Hasn’t”

Four Weeks Until Election Day, Smiley Announces Record Fundraising Numbers

PASCO, WA – Veterans advocate Tiffany Smiley (R-WA) announced that her campaign for the U.S. Senate raised $6 million during the third quarter of 2022, with $2.5 million cash on hand. This new benchmark brings the campaign to over 60,000 individual contributions - breaking all previous fundraising highs for the campaign - and puts Tiffany in a commanding position with four weeks left until the general election.

“As a small town Washington farm girl, I never dreamed that one day I would be running to represent the amazing voters of Washington State.” Smiley said. “I am blown away and humbled by the groundswell of support we have received, and I am so thankful to my team and our grassroots volunteers for all the hard work they have poured into this campaign.

“Voters have responded positively to my Agenda for Recovery and Reform which outlines a plan to help Washington families who are facing multiple crises at the kitchen table and in their neighborhoods. As a triage nurse, I know how to take on and fix issues and that’s exactly what I’ll do in the United States Senate - turn crises into hope for all Washingtonians.

“Lately, Patty Murray’s corporate allies have been running interference for her through frivolous cease and desist orders intended to bully me into pulling down my ads. At the same time, Murray refuses to join me on the debate stage prior to ballots being mailed to voters. It’s a slap in the face to all voters and shows she wants Washingtonians to vote first and get debates later.

“After 30 years in the Senate, it’s clear that Washington, DC is a lot better off than Washington state. I have a proven track record of taking on the federal government and winning. As Washington’s next Senator, I will go to D.C. and work with ALL of my Senate colleagues to accomplish meaningful legislation and start moving Washington forward again!”

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