$800,068.39 is the single largest fundraising quarter for the freshman Congresswoman
Nicole for New York, the campaign committee of Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11, R-C, Staten Island-SW Brooklyn) announced today that it raised over $800,000 during the fourth quarter which ended on December 31st, making it her best quarter ever.
The Federal Election Commission filing, due January 15th, will show that the first term Republican raised $800,068.39 during the quarter and has $1,800,912.51 cash-on-hand. Even more impressive, is the fact that of the 4,269 individual donors during the period, 50% were first time contributors to the Malliotakis campaign.
Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis said, “I want to thank my donors in NY-11 and freedom loving Americans across the country for their generous support during the fourth quarter of 2021. My fight against the Biden Administration’s many crises is exactly what New Yorkers and Americans expect from their members of congress. I will continue to hold Biden accountable for record-breaking inflation, mishandling of the COVID pandemic, supply chain crisis and the debacle at the Southern border. It is abundantly clear that the Democrats in Washington can’t get the job done and the need to hold this seat and take back the House to restore a much-needed balance in this country and reverse course is clearer than ever.”
$800,068.39 is the single largest fundraising quarter for the freshman Congresswoman and brings her overall fundraising for 2021 to $2,293,000 and comes on the heels of her defeated 2020 opponent announcing a rematch in early December. Malliotakis said, “It shows not only do people in the district and across America appreciate the work I’m doing but they also don’t want to see the return of another rubber stamp for Nancy Pelosi.”
Congresswoman Malliotakis serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the Select Committee on the Coronavirus Crisis. She also holds the position of Assistant Whip for the House Republican Conference.