The Federal Election Commission recently released new data on where each candidate in next years Wyoming House of Representatives race stands money wise.
All told, Cheney’s total funds currently sit at $3,418,128.64, while in second and third are state senator Anthony Bouchard and state representative Charles Gray, at $547,868.35 and $394,333.03 raised respectively.
In spite of the lower revenues raised by Bouchard and Gray compared to Cheney, it’s worth looking at where everyone’s money comes from to see where their support is.
For Cheney, a large percent of her funds comes from places like WinRed, a fundraising platform used by Republicans across the country, her previous campaign, or other political action committees, and only 107 of the 3,240 donations listed on the FEC website, or 3%, are from Wyoming.
For Bouchard, he has gotten almost no money from PACs, besides $500 from WinRed, and most of the donations he has received are smaller and a greater amount, 128 out 545, or 23% are from Wyoming.
Donations to Bouchard also did not seem to be impacted after it was reported in late May, and confirmed by the candidate, that he had impregnated a woman when