FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7 April 2022
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Nunn for Congress Announces Q1 Fundraising Numbers
Team Nunn raised over $320,000 with support in all 21 counties
Des Moines, IA – Today, Zach Nunn’s campaign for U.S. Congress announced fundraising numbers for the first financial quarter of 2022. The campaign raised over $320,000 in the first quarter of the election year, showing support in all 21 counties of Iowa’s Third Congressional District.
“This campaign is for every Iowan – from farmers in Cass, to professionals in Polk, to working families in Wapello. We have gained support in all 21 counties in the district,” said candidate Zach Nunn. “Winning this seat isn’t just about retiring Rep. Cindy Axne, it’s about taking back the U.S. House. Iowans deserve a government who stays out of their lives and who will put Iowans’ best interests before themselves, which Cindy Axne and Democrats have never done.
“I’m running a campaign to preserve our constitutional rights, prioritize jobs and the economy, protect our communities and families, and defend Iowa values – and I believe that will benefit every Iowan.”
Not only does Nunn have the support of Iowans in every county of IA-03, he has received endorsements from cabinet-level leaders, U.S. members of Congress, nationwide veteran coalitions, state legislative leaders, and top grassroots activists.
More about Zach Nunn:
Zach Nunn is a veteran, state senator, father, husband, and Iowan. As a combat veteran, Zach served our country as an airborne intelligence officer in the United States Air Force. After 9/11, he deployed three times to the Middle East and flew over 700 combat hours.
Following his military service, Zach was elected to the Iowa House of Representatives and later the Iowa Senate. Nunn has ousted Democratic incumbents twice, including in 2018, when his campaign flipped a decades-long Democrat-held seat by 12%, in Polk County (IA-03). He also overperformed Governor Reynolds by 3%, overperformed David Young by 4%, and has a proven ability to win the Polk County suburbs. Zach was recently named to the National Republican Congressional Committee’s (NRCC) Young Guns program, which determines the top U.S. House recruits nationally.
Zach and his family are sixth-generation Iowans – a family of teachers, nurses, and farmers built on a century of hard work on the land. Zach has chosen to continue living in Iowa and is a father to four school-aged children and a husband to Kelly.