Willis campaign hits fundraising stride

Colm Willis 2016_thb

Colm for Congress

Raises Over $100k Since Launch

Stayton, OR — Colm Willis, candidate for Congress, announced yesterday that his campaign has raised over $100,000 since November. This surpasses the total amounts raised by Republican nominees in the fifth congressional district in 2012 and 2014 combined. Over 300 donors have supported the campaign, with an average donation just over $330.

“I continue to be grateful for the support of hard working people here in the 5th Congressional District. My donors are small business owners, working families, and seniors on fixed incomes.” said Willis. “I am honored to receive the support of Oregon families, not special interests.”

Willis is a Republican candidate for Congress in Oregon’s 5th Congressional District. The primary will be held on May 17, 2016.

Colm Willis is a native Oregonian, a husband and father of two daughters, and a small business lawyer in Stayton. Willis previously served as the political director of Oregon Right to Life and as an aide to the Joint Economic Committee in the U.S. Senate. He attended Willamette University College of Law where he earned the Civil Rights Award and graduated first in his class as valedictorian.

  • whoitbe

    Why are we seeing an old website with 2014 information. Doesn’t party have current information that should be at the top of the page? Now with no super delegates how will the state be broken up? Are there districts and will the votes in those districts be the result of the voters’ votes?

  • Tyler Smith

    whoitbe, Join the republican party, sign up as a PCP and become a leader of your local area if you want the inside information.