Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger announced this week that she has raised $715,000 for her 2024 re-election campaign for Fifth District County Supervisor — far outpacing all other candidates. The announcement comes at the mid-year reporting deadline.
“I truly appreciate the support I have received across the board from our Fifth District community,” Barger said in a news release. “Many of my supporters do not regularly give to political campaigns, which makes reaching this amount at this time all the more special. I am very grateful that so many of our neighbors have invested in our campaign.”
Barger raised $650,000 of her funds from within Los Angeles County, and a majority of her support was from individual donors. She also currently has the most cash on hand of any candidate, with $650,000.
“I have committed my three-decade long county career to working with all stakeholders including business, labor, Republicans and Democrats alike. The support I have received reflects that commitment,” Barger said. “People are tired of partisan politics and just want common sense solutions. I have consistently put people and solutions over party — and I’m proud of that.”
Barger is endorsed by business, labor, and other community groups. A full list of her endorsements can be viewed here. The next finance reporting deadline is Dec. 31, 2023.
[Information via news release from the office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger.]