EXCLUSIVE: The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), the group that works to elect GOP state attorneys general, reports that it made more than $ 5.3 million in the second quarter of April through June.
RAGA, which first shared its fundraising figures with Fox News on Thursday, said transportation was a fundraising record in the second quarter in the organization’s history.
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The second quarter figure is also a significant increase from the RAGA $ 1.3 million raised in the first three months of 2021.
The group stressed that its donors are energized by the role GOP attorneys general have played in resisting what it calls the “radical agenda” pursued by President Biden and the Democrats in Congress, who hold a slight majority. in the House and the Senate.
RAGA specifically highlighted Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s victory last week on the Supreme Court as judges upheld the state’s new election law. And the group also highlighted the recent successful challenge from Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, who challenged the Biden administration’s ban on tax cuts that was included in the COVID relief program that was enacted earlier this year.
“Republican attorneys general have been the spearhead in pushing back on the lawless actions of the Biden administration,” RAGA executive director Peter Bisbee said in a statement.
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“With over 40 lawsuits against the Biden administration and several critical victories, Republican attorneys general have, more than any other collective group, done more to hold the Biden administration accountable as it attempts to implement its radical agenda “, pointed out Bisbee.
There are 26 Republican attorneys general across the country, and RAGA aims to increase that number in the 2021 and 2022 statewide elections.
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