Source: NwoReport

House Republican Conference Chairwoman Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York raised $10 million over 2021, maintaining the trend of GOP candidates breaking records in fundraising across America.

Stefanik’s campaign first conferred the record numbers with Fox News Digital, saying the massive attraction of funds is the most raised in a non-election year for North Country New York.

Of the $10 million Stefanik raised, with $5 million raised in the fourth quarter by “Elise for Congress, E-PAC, Elise Victory Fund, and via WinRed for targeted GOP candidates” in a separate shattered record is the largest quarterly haul in North Country election history.

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“I am proud of my growing support from thousands of grassroots patriots in the North Country who have donated to my campaign and I’m excited to have raised more than 10 million dollars over the past year for my re-election campaign and for our critical effort to flip the House and finally retire Nancy Pelosi,” Stefanik said in the release.

“Americans are watching Joe Biden and House Democrats continue to implode, and conservatives are becoming more

fired up for this November’s election,” the House Republican Conference chairwoman continued.

“As the historic 2022 Red Wave builds and more Democrats run for the hills, I will continue to support strong, American First candidates as we work to Fire Nancy Pelosi once and for all and SAVE AMERICA!” she said.

Stefanik is the latest Republican across the U.S. to demolish fundraising records in her congressional race.

Nevada Republican gubernatorial candidate Joe Lombardo, a former sheriff, shattered statewide fundraising records for both parties as he runs in a saturated GOP terrain seeking to succeed sitting Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak. Sisolak broke Lombardo’s record the next week.

Additionally, the numbers illustrate the fervor with which Republicans are expected to vote come 2022, especially for candidates in high-ranking House leadership roles such as Stefanik.

Adkins is running in Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District, which is typically a swing district and is

currently represented by Rep. Sharice Davids, D-Kan.

However, according to The Topeka Capital-Journal, Republicans in the state legislature might gerrymander Davids out of her seat. That would make Adkins’ path to election significantly easier.

Adkins already has heavyweight GOP support behind her campaign. She’s endorsed by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a Kansas native himself.

Scheller is running in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District, which Rep. Susan Wild, D-Pa., currently represents.

Scheller won a close GOP primary for that seat in 2020 before losing narrowly to Wild in the general election. She is a recovering addict who’s since run her family’s manufacturing business and won election to the Lehigh County Board of Commissioners.