by Frank

July 16, 2021

Sarah Sanders isn’t playing around.

The former White House press secretary has raised another $4.2 million, bringing her total up to about $9 million, since announcing her run for the governor of Arkansas in January.

Sanders is challenging Attorney General Leslie Rutledge just for the nomination of the Republican Party. From there she’ll have to face one of the four Democrats squaring off for the leftist nomination.

UALR reported on the Democratic competitors, saying “Four Democrats are also running for governor in the predominantly Republican state. One of the Democratic hopefuls, Chris Jones, last month said he raised more than $575,000 in the two weeks after he launched his campaign with a video that gained national attention.”

The report also stated that a lot of Sarah Sanders’ donations came from out of state and just over $3 million has come from about 9,000 donors within Arkansas, according to her campaign.

Sarah Sanders original run for governor announcement video:


Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson will be replaced because he cannot run for reelection due to term limits, something every single job in government should have.

When reports like this come out, about politicians raising a lot of money, I always wonder what the politicians do with the money.

Here's some stupid ads. I don't care if you click on them or not. They're probably bullsh-t anyway.

Where do these donation monies go? How will Sarah Sanders spend $9 million and can she send us a check if we cheer her on?

I’m considering a run for office myself, but I know once the donations come in, I’d be at Taco Bell every night of the week.

And like a lot of Democrats out there –  I’d be able to blow a lot of gas at the taxpayers! (fart sound)




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