Young Kim for Congress

Rep. Young Kim raised nearly $1.5M in Q2 of 2022

Rep. Young Kim raised nearly $1.5 million in the FEC’s second quarter of 2022, bringing her total raised for the election cycle to $6.75 million. This marks the strongest quarter ever for Congresswoman Kim, and confirms her place as one of the most prolific fundraisers in all of Congress.

With the June 7th primary election over and all votes officially counted, Young Kim enters the general election as the clear frontrunner. The Republican vote aggregate in the primary totaled 59%, compared to her Democratic opponent Asif Mahmood’s 41%, and from a fundraising perspective, Rep. Kim out-raised Mahmood by over 660,000, who raised slightly under $800,000 this quarter and holds a cash-on-hand advantage over him.

Young Kim raised over $432,000 from contributions under $200, compared to Mahmood $62,000, showing her vast grassroots support and Mahmood’s reliance on high-dollar donors. Since announcing his candidacy, small dollar contributions account for only 3% of Mahmood’s total fundraising.

Last week Rep. Kim’s campaign’s digital fundraising program raised its $2 millionth dollar over the 2022 election cycle, with an average contribution amount of about $18 dollars. This achievement places Rep. Young Kim’s small-dollar fundraising program amongst the highest performing of any member of Congress on either side of the aisle.

“Young Kim continues to prove she’s one of the most effective members of Congress with deep grassroots support,” said Sam Oh, Kim’s General Consultant. “She has demonstrated a relentless commitment to getting things done for her district and has fought for the kinds of responsible policies that Californians need right now. Young’s message of the American Dream is resonating with voters and she is a force to be reckoned with this November.”

This article was released by Young Kim for Congress.


  1. The Right to Contraception Act (not abortion) was down-voted by Young Kim. No friend of women. She voted the way her party bosses told her to vote. No principles, just cowering to her male masters in Republican leadership. The eight Republicans who backed the measure were Reps. Liz Cheney (Wyo.), Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.), Anthony Gonzalez (Ohio), John Katko (N.Y.), Adam Kinzinger (Ill.), Nancy Mace (S.C.), Maria Elvira Salazar (Fla.) and Fred Upton (Mich.) The remainder of House Republicans are true cowards and want women to be subservient to men.

  2. More money raised to send out more deceitful flyers. Shame on you! I would hate to see a Democrat win but I would also hate to have a RINO re-elected. No wonder so many Republicans don’t bother to vote.

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