Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate Karrin Taylor Robson Hauls in More Than $3 Million During Fundraising Quarter

Karrin Taylor Robson


Arizona gubernatorial candidate Karrin Taylor Robson hauled in more than $3 million during the previous fundraising quarter, according to a press release from her campaign.

The overwhelming majority of the funds, 87 percent, came from residents of the state, as the campaign amassed more than 15,000 individual donors.

“I am humbled and energized by the number of people who are invested in my campaign, and I’m equally invested in our grassroots campaign for Arizona’s future,” Robson said in a press release. “What this report demonstrates is we will have the resources necessary to reach every Arizona household and compete for every vote. I look forward to bringing our conservative, Arizona First message to all corners of our state in the weeks and months ahead.”

A large portion of the funds brought in came from Robson’s bank account, as her campaign detailed that she “matched the contributions made by campaign supporters.”

“The Radical Left will spare no expense in its bid to turn Arizona blue,” added Debbie Moak, the campaign’s finance co-chair. “We need a candidate like Karrin Taylor Robson, who has the resources and conservative track record to stop liberal Katie Hobbs and lead on Day One.”

Before Robson can take on a potential Democratic nominee, she must navigate through a crowded GOP primary field. The contested primary includes former TV anchor Kari Lake, former U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon, businessman Steve Gaynor, and state Treasurer Kimberly Yee. Lake has been endorsed by former President Trump.

In an effort to boost her bid, Robson has been endorsed by former Arizona Governors Jan Brewer and Fife Symington, who both praised the record of the gubernatorial candidate and claimed she would be the best leader for the state.

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Cooper Moran is a reporter for the Star News Network. Follow Cooper on Twitter. Email tips to [email protected]
Photo “Karrin Taylor Robson” by Karrin Taylor Robson for Arizona.


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