Mayor Craig enters Manchester’s general election outraising her opponent by $389,000
MANCHESTER — After finishing with 52% of the vote in Manchester’s Mayoral primary against two well-known Republican candidates, today, Mayor Joyce Craig announced she has raised $439,421.85 for her re-election campaign. This is the largest amount raised by a candidate for Mayor of Manchester, surpassing the previous record set by Mayor Craig during her 2019 campaign.
Following her primary win, Mayor Craig now enters the general election having raised $389,412.23 more than any other candidate in this race.
“I’m grateful for the support we’ve received from Democrats, Independents and Republicans so far in this campaign,” said Mayor Joyce Craig. “By tackling our challenges and finding innovative ways to solve problems, we’re making progress for Manchester. I look forward to working to earn the support of Queen City residents on November 2nd.”
“Because of Mayor Craig’s record-breaking fundraising numbers and broad-based support, our campaign is entering the general election in a strong position,” said Campaign Manager Jeff Taylor. “This clear fundraising advantage will allow us to continue to communicate with voters about Mayor Craig’s accomplishments and how she’ll build on our progress to help residents lead better lives with stronger schools, safer neighborhoods, good jobs and a growing economy.”