Graham and Mitch McConnell are the two GOP Senators that I would most like to see defeated in 2020.

Courtesy of The State

U.S. Senate hopeful Jaime Harrison’s campaign raised more than $3.5 million in the last quarter of 2019, another record haul for the Columbia Democrat who wants to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham.

In details shared first with The State, the Harrison campaign also reported it had more than $4.6 million on hand to spend entering 2020 in what is expected to be an expensive race that already has drawn national attention and donors. Graham has posted his own fundraising records in his reelection bid.

Harrison’s campaign, in the last three months of the year, also raised more than any other Democratic Senate challenger in the history of the state, including himself, his campaign said. His campaign said the average contribution during the quarter was $27 from 67,000 individual donors, and 112,000 different contributions, including contributions from every county in the state.

I don’t want to get too excited this early in the race, but I have to admit that I am getting pretty excited. 

Lindsey Graham has literally no integrity left, and simply should not be allowed to pretend that he represents anyone other than Donald Trump at this point.