Amy Kremer’s Campaign Staff Quits

Amy Kremer, a Republican candidate for Congress in Georgia’s 6th district and a person with whom I share no relation, has a little problem. Her entire campaign staff quit. But why? Because of another little problem: She isn’t raising enough money to have a campaign staff.

Her former campaign manager sent out the following press release

The entire campaign staff of GA 6th District Congressional candidate and former Tea Party Express CEO Amy Kremer has resigned over Kremer’s inability to raise funds and failure to pay her staff and operating bills, including campaign vendors.

Ms. Kremer had only raised $2,500 through the first month despite placing 4th among Republican candidates in a recent poll.

This is yet another setback for Ms. Kremer whose previous venture, Women Vote Trump Pac, raised only $28,000 of its $30 million goal.

 

Yikes. Anyway, 32 days until the madness is over.

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CoastalCat
CoastalCat

I, I, do not know whether to laugh or cry.

The Eiger
The Eiger

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!!! Oh, it’s so easy from the sidelines then you jump into the deep end of the pool and realize you can’t swim.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

I don’t spend enough time around the Tea Party braintrust to have ever met this person. I get the feeling, however, she’s not very good at this politics thing.

The Eiger
The Eiger

She’s good at having an opinion.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

I wish more of those folks would try their hand at actually running.

The Eiger
The Eiger

As do I. Some people need a little humbling. Is that a word?

Zack Lindsey
Zack Lindsey

Also had the cops called on her by an ex campaign staffer. Sounds like things could be going better.

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Well, she can add that her name appeared on a ballot for US Congress to her bio.