Goldman raises $1M in bid to succeed Granger, but US House race dynamics still forming

dfwnewsa | February 3, 2024 | 0 | Fort Worth , Fort Worth News

Goldman raises M in bid to succeed Granger, but US House race dynamics still forming

State Rep. Craig Goldman, top left, was the top fundraiser in the Republican primary for Texas’ 12th Congressional District during the last three months of 2023. He was followed by investor John O’Shea, top right; electrical engineer Shellie Gardener, bottom left; and Army veteran Clint Dorris. (Photo illustration | Fort Worth Report)
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State Rep. Craig Goldman raised more than $1.1 million before the end of 2023 in his bid to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Kay Granger.


Goldman is one of five Republicans vying for their party’s nomination for Texas’ 12th Congressional District. He outraised the four Republicans who submitted campaign finance reports covering the last three months of 2023 to the Federal Election Commission.

“I’m humbled by the strong financial support from hundreds of supporters in Tarrant and Parker counties who recognize my proven conservative record,” Goldman said in a statement to the Fort Worth Report. “Whether it’s demanding border security, fighting for taxpayers, or defending our values, they know I will provide that same conservative leadership in Washington, D.C.”

Investor John O’Shea had the second-biggest contributions, with $237,718. 

Goldman raised nearly $5 for every $1 O’Shea collected.

O’Shea did not immediately return a Report request to comment.

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