Nunn reports strong war chest after one year of service in Congress
DES MOINES – U.S. Representative Zach Nunn (IA-03) today announced he raised more than $2.4 million in 2023 and has more than $1.5 million cash on hand. More than 21,500 donors have invested in Congressman Nunn’s campaign.
“With more than $2.4 million raised and already locking in significant endorsements to support his re-election, it is clear that Iowans want Zach Nunn to continue to represent them in DC,” said Nunn Campaign Manager Kendyl Parker. “Zach Nunn ran for Congress with a goal to help Iowa families, and in his first year in office, he has done just that. Zach will remain focused on listening to all Iowans’ priorities and bringing Iowa common sense to our nation’s capital every day.”
Rep. Nunn is a combat veteran currently serving as Congressman for Iowa’s Third District. He recently began his fifth 21-county tour of our community and has helped more than 1,000 Iowans cut through red tape navigating issues involving the federal government.
In 2023, Rep. Nunn hosted 17 open forums and attended 218 events and tours in Iowa’s Third District.
Rep. Nunn led the passage of multiple bipartisan bills through the House of Representatives, including his Parental Leave Parity Act, which was signed into law in December. This new law will ensure Reserve and National Guard parents have the same access to parental leave as their active-duty counterparts.
Rep. Nunn’s first year of service in Congress may have come to an end, but Nunn is not slowing down. There is more work to be done.