Fort Wayne – Today, Eric Doden announced $3.38 million in fundraising through the end of 2022 and $2.8 million cash on hand in the race for Indiana Governor.
“I’m grateful to have the support of so many Hoosiers who support our vision for bold leadership,” Conservative Businessman Eric Doden said. “Together, we’re building a team across Indiana dedicated to delivering real results by fighting for ideas and policies that make Hoosiers’ lives better.”
At the end of the year, Eric Doden had out-raised Senator Mike Braun and Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and matched both officeholders’ cash on hand numbers, with more than 90% of Doden’s donations coming from Hoosiers.
“That Eric Doden, a conservative outsider businessman, was able to drastically out-raise a United States Senator who had to transfer more than $1.5 million he raised from D.C. insiders and lobbyists solidifies what we’ve long known, that this race is wide open,” Brian Gamache, Doden for Indiana campaign manager, said. “This fundraising disparity shows a real enthusiasm for Eric’s bold vision for Indiana, and very little for Mike Braun to come home from Washington to run for governor.”
Doden has already released detailed plans outlining his vision, including making generational investments in Indiana’s small towns, attracting and retaining the best teachers for our students, and innovative proposals like zero-cost adoption, which you can read here.