Listen: Oklahoma, Senator Jim Inhofe And Federal Election Commission discussed on Mark Levin
"Thousand five hundred eighty one dollars into the quarter with three sixty five ninety six in the Bank. It was the highest fundraising total in the seven person Oklahoma congressional delegation eclipsing, even the amount raised by US Senator Jim Inhofe of Tulsa, whose receipts were three hundred thirty four thousand horn center, first-quarter financial support shows that Oklahoma's are serious about changing the way Washington works. No, it isn't your support is coming from outside. Okay. It's not coming from Oklahoma. I'm honored and humbled by the outpouring of support especially so many new individuals, and I am pleased. We've continued to grow to be the largest grassroots organization in Oklahoma, though, you've not no you are not a grassroots organization. So stop fitting, according to her campaign. She received two thousand contributions from January one to thirty one of March with more than half coming from first time donors and sixty two percent from women. Her report filed yesterday in the Federal Election Commission shows ninety four thousand donations from political action committees, many of the political action committee donations came from accounts linked to colleagues or causes which means it's not grassroots. The"