CA-40 NEWS: Rep. Young Kim Announces Raising $1.2 Million in Q4 of 2021

Powered by a strong small dollar program with over 22,000 unique donors, Kim has raised over $4 million this cycle

Yorba Linda, CA – Rep. Young Kim today announced raising $1.2 million in the FEC’s fourth quarter, bringing her total raised for the 2022 election cycle to over $4 million. Congresswoman Kim remains one of the most dominant fundraisers in all of Congress, and continues to lead Republicans and freshman members in dollars raised less than a year out from election day. Kim enters the election year with nearly $2.6 million cash-on-hand, one of the highest of any incumbent Republicans the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is targeting in 2022. 

Now that California has concluded its redistricting process, Young Kim enters the race for California’s new 40th district as the clear front runner. She has already secured the endorsement of the Republican Party of Orange County as well as other prominent Republican and conservative groups. Whether it be by opposing reckless spending driving today’s record inflation or standing up for the rule of law on America’s southern border, Young Kim has continued to push back against President Biden’s overreaching and misguided policies. 

The campaign also announced that its digital fundraising program surpassed $1 million total raised in 2021 making it one of the strongest small dollar programs amongst House candidates. For the 2022 election cycle, Young Kim’s digital program raised $1,023,698.90 fueled by 22,139 unique donors and 61,346 donations with an average contribution amount of $16.69.

“Rep. Young Kim is truly in uncharted territory – both in terms of legislative effectiveness and political prowess,” said Sam Oh, Kim’s General Consultant. “Young Kim has proven herself to be an effective lawmaker who stands up for conservative values, delivers on promises, and who has the courage to take on the Washington establishment. Those who are considering challenging her should look elsewhere in 2022.”