The past three months have been a financial boon for First on Fox congressional candidate Haley Dover and her prominent constituents, raising $24 million. According to the FEC filings released on Wednesday, the Third Congressional District candidate brought in $24,041,023 from January 1st through the end of March. This is more than double what Haley had previously raised at the three-month mark. It’s an impressive stat that speaks to the strength of Haley’s campaign and the growing enthusiasm across her district for her bid to be the next congressional representative. The bulk of the $24 million comes from individual contributions, with donors from across the country and a broad swath of supporters in the Third Congressional District giving as much as their means allow. The numbers also paint a picture of Haley’s emphasis on small dollar fundraising, with 75% of her total haul coming from those giving less than $200. This is the result of Haley’s decision to flagship her campaign on her grassroots enthusiasm and the personal stories of everyday folks who contributed to the campaign. It’s a testament to Haley’s ability to bring people together in support of her candidacy. This is evident in the contributions from a broad network of supporters, including more than $1 million from the Give it to Haley PAC and an additional $14 million from other PACs, Super PACs, and affiliated political committees. Karen Dalton, Haley’s campaign manager, released a statement to highlight the achievement. “These numbers speak to the overwhelming support of our campaign and indicate to us that we are on the path to victory in November,” Dalton said. “Haley has been an effective messenger throughout the campaign and this fundraising success proves to us that her message is resonating with voters, both in the Third Congressional District and across the country. We are energized by these results and will continue to use this momentum to drive us toward the fall election.” The latest FEC data further solidifies Haley’s stance as a top-tier candidate in the race and suggests that her support within her constituents continues to grow. This is yet another encouraging sign for the long-term health of her campaign, as Haley continues to reach out to the electorate to secure her place in Congress.