Republican congressional candidate Dan Severson leads a prayer for President Trump at the Lee County Trump Republican Club. (Photo: Dan Severson for Congress campaign)
Jan. 23, 2020 by David Silverberg
Dan Severson, Republican candidate for Congress in the 19th Congressional District, raised $107,531.14 in total fundraising receipts for the last quarter of 2019, according to the Federal Election Commission.
Severson spent $4,362.57 on his Republican primary campaign. His campaign committee, Severson for Congress, took out a $101,500 loan and raised $4,350 in individual contributions.
Severson, a former Minnesota state legislator who has used religious terms in expressing his support for President Donald Trump, is the first candidate to file his 2019 fourth quarter receipts. He currently has $103,168.57 cash on hand for the campaign, according to the filing.
The only other candidate to file a financial report to date was Democrat Cindy Banyai, who raised $913.69 in the third quarter of 2019. Her fourth quarter filings are not yet publicly available.
Totals for the other nine candidates running in the race have not yet been publicly released.
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© 2020 by David Silverberg