ASHLAND, Mo. – Taylor Burks, candidate for Missouri’s 4th congressional district, announced that his campaign raised $229,227.26 in the fourth quarter of 2021, bringing his total haul for the year to $415,441.45. The campaign comes into the 2022 election year with $309,485.71 cash on hand.
Burks’ campaign saw a historic level of grassroots support with 11,922 donations from roughly 6,000 donors in Q4 alone—more than any Republican congressional candidate in Missouri history during an off-year. For the second quarter in a row, Taylor leads in fundraising in the crowded race for Missouri’s 4th congressional district.
“This campaign is about taking our country back from radical leftists and career politicians, and thousands of supporters from across this state have invested in our efforts to refocus on issues that matter—stopping China, securing elections, and educating our children with traditional American values,” said Taylor. “It is because of our contributors and volunteers that we are entering this election year strong and our pro-business, pro-freedom, pro-Missouri message is spreading like wildfire.”