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Floyd Trujillo ends quarter with $103,155 cash on hand to win COSenate seat‏

Floyd Trujillo For U.S. Senate Statement on FEC Filing

 

 Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Floyd Trujillo today announced that his campaign has raised $13,155 between December 4 and December 31, 2013. The campaign’s cash on hand totals $103,155 at the end of 2013. Floyd Trujillo entered the race for the U.S. Senate on December 4, 2013.

 

“I am so grateful for the support my campaign has been given. The trust my supporters are putting in me means so very much. Although we are just getting off the ground, our plans are exciting and innovative. We are ready to burst out of the gate with energy and a whole new message and level of engagement that we cannot wait to share with Colorado. I am thrilled that we have been given commitments for several upcoming fundraising events and we look forward to a strong showing, and most important, a very strong campaign,” states Trujillo.

 

Floyd Trujillo Bio: Thirteen generations ago, Floyd’s ancestors came to this nation in pursuit of their American dreams. Like his family before him, Floyd loves this country and the foundation of freedom and opportunity upon which this nation is built. After a rewarding career in the oil and gas industry, he is ready to bring his strong work ethic, innovative ideas and western values to Washington D.C.

 

Floyd believes it is time to shake loose government gridlock and to send career politicians home. As Colorado’s U.S. Senator, he will focus on restoring our government to its Constitutional role and to protect our right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Floyd is ready to enter the fight, so that We The People, can get back to the business of raising our families, creating jobs, educating our children and enjoying the freedoms so many before us fought to win.

 

FEC Filing Summary:

• Total raised Q4 2013: $13,155

• Total cash on hand 12/31/2013: $103,155

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