She Currently Maintains a 55 to 1 Cash-On-Hand Advantage
(Palm Springs, CA) – Today, the Kimberlin Brown Pelzer for Congress campaign announced that it has raised more than $262,000 since Kimberlin entered the race for for California’s 36th district in mid-October. Kimberlin maintains over $170,000 cash-on-hand.
“Supporters are flocking to our campaign because people across the district want to see conservative leadership in Washington, not more of the same from career politicians who care more about catering to party bosses and special interests than delivering for the district,” said Brown Pelzer. I have a track record of success, follow through on my promises, and get results. Our strong fundraising support since I entered this race reflect that.”
As of March 31st the Brown Pelzer campaign raised more than $262,000 in contributions, with over $170,000 cash-on-hand. Since entering the race, Kimberlin has outpaced her four Republican rivals extensively, outraising them nearly 9 to 1 combined and maintaining a 55 to 1 combined cash-on-hand advantage.
With Kimberlin’s strong finance showing, the race for California’s 36th Congressional District is more competitive than it has ever been before. Congressional District 36 covers large portions of eastern Riverside County. The district extends from Hemet east to Blythe and covers the majority of desert communities including Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Indio, Coachella, Rancho Mirage, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, and Cathedral City. The district has a Cook PVI rating of D+2 and is one of the NRCC’s top California targets. Kimberlin is the only Republican candidate officially endorsed by the Republican Party of Riverside County.
Kimberlin and her husband Gary have built several successful businesses from the ground up. She also personally owns and operates her own successful design company, K. Brown Design. Together, they employ over 100 Californians. The Pelzer’s are homeowners in Palm Springs and are active in a number of charitable organizations and foundations. To learn more about Kimberlin and her campaign, please visit: www.KimberlinforCongress.com