CA-39 NEWS: Young Kim Raises Nearly $490K In Last FEC Quarter of 2019

Kim Q4 Fundraising Numbers Near the Top of House Challengers Across the Country

Fullerton, CA – Today, the Young Kim for Congress campaign announced they raised nearly $490,000 in the Federal Election Commission’s 4th quarter to close out an impressive 2019. The significant haul puts her near the top of all House challengers across the country.

The Young Kim for Congress campaign also reported ending the year with nearly $900,000 cash-on-hand and raising over $1.3 million in just 8 months in 2019.

As Kim builds the war chest she needs to defeat Gil Cisneros, she also rolled out numerous key national and local endorsements in the final three months of 2019. Kim’s strong campaign infrastructure has attracted notice from the NRCC and the DCCC, who both have California’s 39th District as a key battleground seat in the fight for the House majority.

“There is a reason Young is posting strong fundraising numbers and attracting endorsements from all across the country – she is a hardworking and dynamic candidate who is incredibly qualified and has everything it will take to win back this seat,” stated Sam Oh, general consultant to the Kim campaign. “Gil Cisneros has spent his first year in D.C. in lock step with Nancy Pelosi and his constituents are fed up.”

Young has close to 200 federal and local leaders supporting her candidacy and also has been endorsed by the California, Orange County, Los Angeles County, and San Bernardino County Republican Parties.

California’s 39th Congressional District overlaps portions of Orange, Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties and includes the cities and communities of Anaheim Hills, Brea, Buena Park, Fullerton, La Habra, Placentia, Yorba Linda, Diamond Bar, Hacienda Heights, La Habra Heights, Rowland Heights, Walnut, and Chino Hills.