Lt. Governor Crouch’s “Axe the Tax” plan and tough stand against China generates more than $1.2 million in donations since the last reporting period.
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January 9, 2024
(Evansville, IN) – The Suzanne Crouch for Governor campaign reported more than $3.771 million cash on hand at the close of 2023.
The campaign also reported $1.275 million since the previous reporting period (which ended in June) and $2.39 million raised in 2023.
“The support of so many Hoosiers is humbling and encouraging,” said Crouch. “Our campaign has the boldest ideas, the most miles traveled, and clearly will have the necessary resources to fight all the way through to the primary election.”
Ninety-six percent of the donations to the Crouch for Indiana campaign came from people living in Indiana.
Complementing the millions of dollars in donations received in 2023, the Crouch campaign has unparalleled grassroots support throughout Indiana.
Crouch for Indiana will meet the statutory signature deadline by submitting more than 9,000 signatures—double what is required by law—to counties throughout the state.
Since the beginning of 2023, Lt. Governor Crouch has received more than one hundred personal endorsements from law enforcement officials, elected county officeholders, retired public servants, and members of the Indiana Legislature.
“At the beginning of the year, our team set high goals: raise two million dollars and collect 9,000 signatures,” said Crouch. “I am grateful for the hard work of our volunteers, supporters, and Hoosiers who have helped us exceed these goals and more.”
Earlier in January, Crouch released two campaign ads detailing her priorities as governor and how she has fought to prevent the Chinese Communist Party and its leaders from acquiring land in Indiana.
To learn more about how Suzanne is the only conservative Republican fighting China, proposing an elimination of Indiana’s individual income tax, and casting the key votes to protect unborn Hoosiers, please visit her web site at www.crouchforindiana.com.