AUSTIN – Dan Patrick, Texas Lieutenant Governor, will report more than $7,500,000 cash-on-hand as of year-end 2015. This is more than any sitting Lieutenant Governor has ever reported for a similar period.
In the report that will be officially filed electronically tomorrow, Patrick will show having raised more than $3,500,000 between July 1 and December 31, 2015. This brings Patrick’s fundraising total to more than $5,600,000 since he has taken office and more than $22,400,000 since he first kicked off his campaign for Lieutenant Governor in 2013.
“Dan Patrick has raised more money from more donors and has more money in the bank than any Lieutenant Governor in Texas history for a similar reporting period,” said Allen Blakemore, chief strategist for the Texans for Dan Patrick campaign.
“Coming off a tremendously successful legislative session, the most conservative in Texas history, it’s been a pleasure to travel the state and meet with Texans who care about the future of our state and support our conservative priorities,” said Lieutenant Governor Patrick. “I think most agree that we have delivered in office on the promises I made on the campaign trail and I am very gratified by the support I have received since taking office.”
More information about Texans for Dan Patrick is available at www.DanPatrick.org.