January 4, 2024

Congressman Andy Kim Raises $1.75M in Q4, $2.75M Total in 14 Weeks Since Launching U.S. Senate Bid in New Jersey

MOORESTOWN, N.J. - Today, Congressman Andy Kim announced he raised over $1.75 million in the 4th quarter of 2023, bringing in $2.75 million in just three months and one week since launching his Senate campaign at the end of September. This raises his 2023 year-end fundraising total to nearly $4 million. Andy currently has over $2.6 million cash on hand in his campaign warchest for his bid to restore trust and integrity to politics. He raised this without accepting a single penny from corporate PACs. With a strong warchest, polling showing a 23 point lead over his nearest competitor, and vast network of grassroots supporters, Andy is entering 2024 with tremendous momentum.

“Over the last few months, I’ve been humbled and excited by the amount of energy I’ve seen across New Jersey – people are clearly ready for a change,” said Congressman Kim. “People in New Jersey deserve a Senator with experience that will serve them with integrity, responsibility, and humility – that’s what this campaign is all about. People are powering this campaign, and their courage to stand up against corruption and broken politics is inspiring. I’m truly honored by the support from families across the state and am ready to bring New Jersey a new generation of leadership.”

Congressman Andy Kim has lived a life of public service — first as a national security official and now as a three-term Congressman. He is battle-tested by beating multiple self-funding millionaires in a district carried by President Trump.

In his three terms in Congress, Andy has deep experience in working to deliver for the people of New Jersey, including to lower prescription drug costs and to improve health care for veterans. He has been a leader in fighting against corruption in politics.

As a son of immigrants, a graduate from New Jersey public schools, and a young dad, Andy represents a new generation of leadership in the Democratic Party. He made history as the first Asian American elected to federal office from New Jersey. He, and his wife Kammy, are raising two troublemaking boys down the road from where he grew up.