Democrats struggle to play catch up in the 29th Senate District.



Well, the numbers are out for the three Dems vying for the nomination in the 29th District.

McPike at $50,220; Qarni $35,778, Futrell at $31,716.

The problem for them is, with their combined total, they are way out of reach of Hal Parrish:


For Immediate Release                                                                                                   

April 14, 2015


Parrish Campaign Announces Record

$330,000 Fundraising Quarter


Builds a Broad Coalition of Virginians For Servant Leadership


Manassas, Virginia — Hal Parrish, candidate for the Virginia State Senate in the 29th District, raised a record $330,000 since announcing his candidacy in late January. The campaign’s first quarter fundraising total represents the most raised in any single quarter by any candidate in the 29th District and places the Parrish campaign in the top tier of Virginia Senate races this cycle.

“A campaign is only as strong as the people in it, and I am humbled and grateful to the hundreds of supporters here in Manassas, Prince William, and across Virginia who support our message of servant leadership,” said Parrish.

“There is a legacy of servant legislators that have come before me that have put the needs of their constituents and districts before politics and before themselves. I believe in that tradition and so does our growing coalition of supporters. Our campaign will work to provide Virginia families common sense ideas to improve the quality of our life and our infrastructure, create better jobs, and better fund our schools.”

Highlights of Parrish’s first fundraising quarter:


Total Individual Donors: 400

Total Contributions of $100 or Less: 212




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