U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) recently announced his second-quarter fundraising numbers, raising over $600,000 between April 1 and June 30.

The most recent fundraising haul brings Carl's campaign's total cash to $1.14 million heading into the 2024 election.

Carl's campaign boasted $615,000 raised with over 3,400 unique donors and an average contribution of $178.

"Joe Biden is taking our country off a cliff, but conservative Republicans are pushing back, keeping spending in check, working to fix the crisis at the border, and end the march towards wokeism," Carl said.

"I'm proud to be delivering real results for Alabama whether it's protecting our job-creating industries, fighting for farmers, or stopping the reckless policies of a President who checked out long ago. We have a grassroots campaign fueled by enthusiastic conservatives who want to take our country back and I'm ready for whatever the do-nothing crowd wants to throw at me as we head into the 2024 election."

The Alabama Legislature is currently deliberating a federally-mandated redrawing of the state's current congressional maps. The map approved by the reapportionment committee does remove Washington and Monroe Counties from Carl's district while giving him the lion's share of Covington County. The proposed map should have little effect on Carl's voting demographic.

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