Hale Campaign Announces Historic Fundraising Haul for First Quarter of Campaign

Hale Campaign Announces Historic Fundraising Haul for First Quarter of Campaign

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, Christina Hale’s congressional campaign announced that it raised more than $325,000 for the third quarter of 2019.  The total is more money than any Democratic campaign has ever raised in a single quarter in Indiana’s fifth congressional district.  It is also the most contributions raised by any Democratic congressional challenger in the state of Indiana in an opening quarter since 2008. 

“The broad, early support of so many Hoosiers demonstrates that families here really are tired of the chaos we see in Washington,” said Hale. “Whether it was raising a son as a single mom, putting myself through school to get ahead in the world, or fighting on behalf of people here, I’ve always kept my head down and done the work. Hoosiers can count on me to do that exact same thing in Congress, where I’ll focus on the everyday issues affecting working people, like making healthcare more affordable and fighting to ensure that we have an economy that works for them.”

Christina Hale learned how to get things done early in her career as a hard working single mom. Later, she was elected to the General Assembly in 2012. Despite serving in the super minority for two terms, she was able to bridge political divides to pass important legislation supporting women, families, and small businesses. Hale’s ability to partner with anyone and her problem-solving approach earned her the support of both the AFL-CIO and the Chamber of Commerce in the General Assembly.

Most recently, Hale served as the Executive Director of Kiwanis Youth Programs at Kiwanis International, where she has led programs locally and globally to improve the lives of children by expanding access to health care, education, and leadership opportunities. Additionally, Hale has served on the boards of Indiana Humanities, the Indiana Commission on Latino Affairs, and the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault, among others. Hale is a graduate of Purdue University and was born and raised in Indiana.

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