Senator Watters Shows Over $80,000 in Latest Filing Report

Well on track to more than double his 2012 fundraising totals


Dover, NH – Wednesday, District 4 Senator David Watters announced another impressive reelection campaign fundraising haul of $80,190, an increase of nearly $25,000 since his June 18 report. Combined with Senator Watters’ $58,041 on hand, a recent spate of endorsements from top local elected officials demonstrate the depth and strength of his support as the election season begins.


“Elected officials, educators, women, and hard-working Granite Staters — Independents, Republicans and Democrats—are supporting my reelection campaign because they know I’m going to keep bringing people together to strengthen middle class families and to keep New Hampshire’s economy growing,” said Senator David Watters


Senator Watters’ report shows broad grassroots support with contributions from every town and city in his district, and 79% of this filing coming from donations of $100 or less. “My filing makes it clear that I’m running a people-powered campaign that will have the resources to take our message to every voter. I am truly grateful for the support of citizens who want me to represent them in Concord, and I’m ready to fight for them every day as we build momentum for victory on November 4.”