Republican Sen. Josh Hawley’s fundraising campaign raised a record amount in January, more than any month since October 2018, according to a memorandum from his campaign. The surge in support for Mr. Hawley came after he spoke out against Pennsylvania Electoral College votes on Jan. 6 and was subsequently subjected to a “culture of boycott” and other political purges by the party. Democracy initiated.
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The fundraising campaign of TNS Hawley (Missouri) received nearly $ 1 million in donations in January. According to the campaign manager, Mr. Hawley has added about 12,000 new sponsors with an average donation of $ 52. In total, his campaign grossed $ 2.1 million.
After standing up to protest the Pennsylvania Electoral College votes in Congress on Jan. 6, Mr. Hawley received criticism from the left, including his attempts to resign, being disciplined for ” violation of morality ”. Along with TNS Ted Cruz, he was accused of “disrupting democracy” and was asked to investigate whether there was a connection to the Capitol chaos, despite the objection that the Constitution completely merged. Similar protests have been submitted by Democratic lawmakers in recent presidential elections.
A book publisher also canceled her contract with TNS Hawley. One hotel canceled his fundraising session. Dozens of companies and banks have also said they will not donate to the legislators who challenge the election results.
For his part, Mr. Hawley condemned the violence at the Capitol and said that he was “Will never apologize for speaking out to the millions of Missouri and Americans who are concerned about the integrity of the election,” according to a statement he released last month. “It is my job, and I will continue to do it.”
Poll pollster Wes Andersen said this week that the Missouri poll showed that the news for TNS Hawley was “very good” despite the attacks by Democrats and groups. media interests for him. “The majority of Missouri voters support TNS Hawley.”
The Missouri voter poll also found that 57% agree that Hawley is responsible under his constitution to oppose Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes.
Amid the widespread criticism, Mr. Hawley told Fox News last week that he would not be silent.
“What the leftists said was like ‘You did it, you effectively incited violence [vào ngày 6/1]’ – It is such a lie. They know it’s a lie. They said I wanted to reverse the election. It’s a lie. They say what I do [phản đối phiếu Đại cử tri] The equivalent of a violent insurrection. It’s a lie. They know it’s a lie, “ TNS Hawley said.
“I think what we are seeing now is an attempt by the left to lie about our motives. They lie about our actions to gain power. They want to silence dissidents. They want to silence me. And I tell you right now, I won’t step back in front of a radical crowd, “ he added.
In another development, TNS Hawley told the news agencies last week that he would not run for president by 2024.