A brief overview of Marianna Willaimson’s fundraising and endorsements 

Photo courtesy of MGN

Photo courtesy of MGN

By Callie Krosin 

Marianne Williamson has raised $2.24 million dollars from individual contributions and $225,819 from candidate contributions between August 8, 2022 and September 30, 2023, according to Federal Election Commission reports. A majority of her contributions are under $200. 

Currently, donors from New York and California lead those supporting Williamson with $115 thousands and $313 thousand respectively. Supporters have donated to the candidate through ActBlue.

In comparison to her democratic opponents, Williamson has raised much less. Joe Biden has raised $44 million during this election cycle, while independents Robert F. Kennedy and Cornel West have each raised $15 million and $321 thousand respectively. 

Recently, Williamson has picked up endorsements from New Hampshire Democrat State Representative Maria Perez of Hillsborough District 43 and Carlos Cardona of the New Hampshire Democratic Party Rules Committee. 

“I am pleased our campaign is gathering endorsements so early in the 2024 primary,” Williamson states in a campaign press release. “Bold and courageous leaders understand that America needs to disrupt the status quo that keeps our people without quality healthcare and with stagnant wages.”