PHOENIX, AZ - The Lieberman for Governor campaign has raised more than $1.16 million as it enters election year 2022. This figure is nearly double what any previous Democratic candidate for governor has raised at a similar point in the race.
“This is a record-breaking amount raised by a Democrat running for governor in Arizona,” said Miguel Medrano, Lieberman’s Campaign Manager, “Arizonans are responding to Aaron’s positive message of bringing people together to get big things done. It’s clear that Democrats around the state know how important it is to nominate someone who can beat Kari Lake, and they are increasingly seeing Aaron as the strongest nominee.”
“I am encouraged by Aaron’s strong support from individuals and business leaders,” said Adam Goodman, the campaign’s finance chair. “With the extremist Kari Lake surging on the Republican side, and Secretary Hobbs struggling with a racial discrimination verdict, Aaron is the Democrat who can win in November, and keep Arizona on track to continue to lead the nation in job growth while increasing our investment in our public schools.”
“I am so grateful for all the support of so many Arizonans, from all across the state, who believe in this campaign enough to contribute financially,” said Aaron Lieberman, “In December alone the campaign raised over $350,000, including $65,000 raised on December 31st alone. Our campaign surged toward the end of the year, and I think that speaks to the growing enthusiasm from Arizonans who are focused on nominating a Democratic candidate who can win in November.” concluded Lieberman.
These numbers are especially significant considering Lieberman announced his run for governor months after his opponents in July of 2021.
Aaron Lieberman is a former state representative for Legislative District 28 and a social entrepreneur. He is a candidate for governor of Arizona. After seeing first-hand the effectiveness and success of early childhood intervention programs, Aaron launched Jumpstart, a national nonprofit to ensure all children had the opportunity to enter kindergarten prepared to succeed. To date, more than 50,000 college students have served, working with more than 100,000 children and earning over $200 million in scholarships through AmeriCorps. Later, he founded Acelero Learning to close the achievement gap for Head Start children. Impacting over 40,000 kids every day, children enrolled in Acelero’s programs make gains at nearly three times the national average. Aaron was born and raised in Arizona. He and his wife live in Phoenix, where they’re raising their two sons. Aaron’s daughter is studying history at Yale, his alma mater.
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