Hageman Gives Hundreds Of Thousands To Republican Party, Other Candidates

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By Leo Wolfson, State Political Reporter

Republican U.S. House candidate Harriet Hageman has not been stingy with her campaign money since winning the August primary election.

The Hageman campaign confirmed Thursday that she has transferred $150,000 to the National Republican Congressional Committee and given more than $100,000 to other House candidates since the primary.

No official campaign information has been filed by the organizations since late July. The next round of campaign finances will come out in mid-October.

On Sept. 12, she designated a new political action committee related to her campaign, the Harriet and Kelly Victory PAC. The campaign is being run on behalf of Hageman and Alaska Senate candidate Republican Kelly Tshibaka. 

John Kemmerer, owner of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and his wife each have given $5,800 to Tshibaka’s campaign.

Fundraising Efforts

Hageman also sent fundraising emails for the Republican National Committee, the Congressional Leadership Fund, U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik’s campaign, the House Conservatives Trust and the former President Donald Trump-aligned PAC Save America.

Through her Hageman For Wyoming campaign, Hageman raised $4.4 million and spent $3.4 million through her campaign, with $947,798 cash in-hand as of July 27, her campaign reports. The Wyoming Values PAC, a former President Donald Trump-aligned political action committee supporting Hageman, raised $1.4 million and spent $1.2 million on her behalf. Trump gave $650,000 to Wyoming Values through his Save America PAC.

Over the next month, Hageman said she plans to campaign in Arizona, Iowa and North Carolina for Republican Congressional candidates . All of the candidates, Eli Crane, Zach Nunn and Bo Hines, have been endorsed by Trump.

On Wednesday night, Hageman hosted an event in Washington, D.C., attended by U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis and McCarthy.

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