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Cory Booker has $4.1 million in Senate campaign warchest

NJ law allows Booker to run for both president and U.S. Senate

By David Wildstein, February 27 2019 11:49 am

Cory Booker has $4,135,489 in his U.S. Senate campaign warchest if he seeks re-election next year.

Booker has not yet announced if he will seek a third term in the Senate next year.  He is currently a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination.  New Jersey law allows Booker to run for U.S. Senate simultaneously with bids for president or vice president.

Through the end of 2018, Booker had raised $6,256,263 for his Senate campaign.

Booker raised a combined $18,368,139 for his first Senate campaign – a 2013 special election against former Bogota mayor Steve Lonegan following  the death of Frank Lautenberg – and for his 2014 re-election bid against former Reagan campaigns speechwriter Jeff Bell.

A Monmouth University poll released earlier this month showed Booker’s job approval ratings at 48%-36%.

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