Moderate Democrats Outraise Radical 'Squad' Members as Primary Threats Mount – EVOL

Moderate Democrats are outraising radical House lawmakers as primary threats mount around controversial “Squad” members.

Marxist Democrat Reps. Cori Bush (D-MO) and Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) have both been entrenched in scandal in recent months.

Bush, a “defund the police” advocate, is currently under criminal investigation Justice Department for funneling tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign cash to her husband for private security.

Bowman, meanwhile, provoked a widespread backlash last year after he was caught setting off a fire alarm in the Capitol to delay a contentious vote.

Both of the House Democrats appear to be now struggling to raise funds for re-election this year.

Bush was just narrowly outraised by her primary challenger, attorney Wesley Bell.

According to the latest filings with the Federal Election Commission (FEC), Bell earned $492,149 in donations, compared to the $487,000 Bush raised during the last quarter of 2023.

“Missouri’s 1st District deserves a representative who shows up, does the work and gets things done,” Bell said in a statement to The Hill.

“I’m honored by our fast-growing list of endorsements from community members and local officials, and energized by the incredible momentum of support driving our campaign.”

Bowman, who pleaded



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