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DeMarco Raises More Than $360,000 in Bid for Congress

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Strong Alabama support shows strong ties in the district

Homewood, AL (January 16) – State Rep. Paul DeMarco will report raising $360,730 in the final nine weeks of 2013 when he files his financial report.

“We are extremely pleased with the strong support shown by people throughout the counties that make up the sixth congressional district,” Rep. DeMarco says. “I am humbled by the overwhelming in-state support for this congressional campaign.”

By the numbers, 394 contributions were made to the DeMarco campaign. Individual donors made up 380 of those contributions with 97 percent coming from Alabama residents. Individual donors contributed a total of $324,980.

“The strong showing of people; from CEO’s to doctors, trusted public servants to hard-working everyday citizens, demonstrates this campaign is about representing the rights and values of Alabama citizens.”

Contributions ranged from $25 to the maximum $2,600 allowed by an individual under federal elections law.

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“The work starts here. We call on the people of the Sixth District to join us in the fight to take proven, conservative representation to Washington.”

DeMarco is a two-term state representative seeking the Republican nomination for the congressional seat being vacated by Rep. Spencer Bachus. The primary is scheduled for June 3rd, 2014.

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