Over­sight Chair­man James Com­er brought in over $1.1 mil­lion last quar­ter

EXCLUSIVE — House Over­sight Com­mit­tee Chair­man James Com­er (R‑KY) raised over $1.1 mil­lion last quar­ter, rak­ing in dona­tions from all 50 states as his nation­al pro­file has grown through his inves­ti­ga­tions into Pres­i­dent Joe Biden and his fam­i­ly.
Accord­ing to cam­paign finance num­bers pro­vid­ed to the Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er, Com­er raised a total of $1.13 mil­lion last quar­ter, with 85% of his fundrais­ing totals com­ing from more than 33,200 small-dol­lar dona­tions of $250 or less.
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Peo­ple in all 50 states donat­ed to the Ken­tucky Repub­li­can, who has become a house­hold name since Repub­li­cans took over the House and opened up inves­ti­ga­tions and an impeach­ment inquiry into the pres­i­dent.
Com­er cur­rent­ly has no chal­lengers in the 2024 elec­tion.
His posi­tion as chair­man of the Over­sight Com­mit­tee has led to a num­ber of nation­al tele­vi­sion hits, mak­ing him a more known …