Tulsi Gabbard has raised no cash for congressional marketing campaign


Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has gone all in on the White Home.

The Hawaii congresswoman has raised cash completely for her 2020 presidential bid and has uncared for her congressional marketing campaign account to disclose a detrimental contribution stability.

The latest federal marketing campaign paperwork present that Gabbard had a contributions value detrimental $20 for this quarter – at the same time as she’s dealing with a critical main problem for her seat.

Gabbard raised only a $11 but additionally issued a $31 refund. She nonetheless has about $31,600 in her congressional account.

Gabbard’s challenger for her congressional seat, Kai Kahele, raised $149,000 throughout the identical interval and has almost $399,000 within the financial institution.

Gabbard, a serious within the Nationwide Guard, raised almost $1.6 million for her presidential bid and has $2.four million in her 2020 account. She’s certified for the second presidential debates in Detroit subsequent week.

The disparity between the 2 accounts might sign Gabbard will not be meaning to run for Congress if her presidential bid fizzles out, the Day by day Beast studies.

However the Democrat might additionally switch cash from her presidential account to jumpstart her re-election marketing campaign.