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Glen Rock Councilwoman Arati Kreibich. Photo by Kevin Sanders for the New Jersey Globe

Kreibich raises $192k since April 1, netted $50k in 72 hours following Sanders endorsement

Gottheimer primary challenger has $144k cash-on-hand

By David Wildstein, June 22 2020 2:20 pm

Arati Kreibich raised $192,484 between April 1 and June 17 and has $144,461 cash-on-hand for her challenge to Rep. Josh Gottheimer in the July 7 Democratic primary.

In the three days following Bernie Sanders’ endorsement, Kreibich raised over $50,000, her campaign said.

“With over 7,500 contributions averaging just $24, I’m proud to have raised more from grassroots small donors than any other NJ-5 candidate,” said Kreibich, a Glen Rock councilwoman.  “This is an unprecedented moment, and our momentum is growing as voters respond to our message of electing a real Democrat who believes in healthcare for all, bold climate action, and refusing corporate PAC contributions.”

That bring Kreibich’s total fundraising to $474,812 since she became a candidate for Congress last September.

Gottheimer, a two-term congressman known as the Human Fundraising Machine, has not yet reported his fundraising haul since April 1.  He had nearly $7.9 million in the bank at that time.

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