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Bera Reaches $1 Million Raised for Reelection

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Bera Reaches $1 Million Raised for Reelection 

On pace to raise more than $4 million.

With over $350,000 raised in the third quarter, Dr. Ami Bera has raised more than $1 million this year with more than $900,000 cash on hand and is on pace to exceed his 2014 fundraising totals. In the third quarter, more than 80 percent of individual donations were $100 or less, showing strong grassroots support. 

“My constituents want someone who will work across the aisle to solve problems,” Bera said. “I’m glad to see continued grassroots support and am committed to working with my colleagues to get things done and put people ahead of politics. Too many families in Sacramento County are still struggling and it’s up to us to work together to help strengthen our economy.”

Bera won the most expensive House race of the 2014 election cycle and raised more than $4 million, a benchmark he is on track to surpass this cycle.

Dr. Ami Bera represents Sacramento County in Congress. He’s working to make Congress a place for service and fighting to rebuild an economy that works for middle class families. As a leader of the No Labels Problem Solvers, Bera is leading the charge to find bipartisan solutions to our nation’s challenges, and worked to pass the No Budget, No Pay Act, which says if members of Congress don’t pass a budget, they don’t get paid. He and his wife Janine live in Elk Grove with their daughter Sydra.