Since he began his candidacy in January Republican candidate for Governor Glenn Youngkin has raised $15.9 million from more than 3,400 donors across 101 counties and cities in the commonwealth, more money than any other candidate for Governor has raised at this point in the campaign.
I’m a businessperson. I’ve had a 30-year career about creating jobs and building businesses-solving problems. And so, when it comes to the campaign, we’re running a different kind of campaign. It’s going to require more resources in order to go compete with the Terry McAuliffe/Clinton fundraising machine,
And so we’re going to compete heads up, and we’re not going to have resources be a problem in this campaign.
RPV chairman Rich Anderson said the following about Glenn Youngkin,
He has built up immense networks of people that will come support a party that is business-friendly, as opposed to a party that wants to repeal the right to work and simply doesn’t have a record that’s very friendly or supportive of business,” Anderson told the Washington Examiner. “But the other reason is, and the more important reason I think is there is boundless enthusiasm right now.”