Pureval’s campaign argued the Beavercreek native’s message is resonating in the district, which includes much of Cincinnati and all of Warren County.
“Steve Chabot has been in Washington for 22 years, and he has nothing to show for it,” said Sarah Topy, a Pureval spokeswoman. “Aftab Pureval is offering voters a fresh new vision of leadership. In Congress, he will stand up for working families and protect access to health care. And his message is resonating with the people of this district. That why you’re seeing this positive momentum.”
Pureval raised $823,663 last quarter to the $339,290 raised by Chabot. He has $1.59 million in the bank; Pureval has $1.34 million. Pureval has $31,544 in debt.
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