Dan McKee has Three Times Cash on Hand over Ralph Mollis
Today, Cumberland Mayor, small business owner and Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Dan McKee announced his campaign currently has $201,000 cash on hand, three times the amount of opponent Ralph Mollis ($58,846.47). His campaign raised more than $51,000 in the first quarter of 2014, doubling the amount it raised in the previous quarter and bringing the total to date to more than $250,000.
“Our campaign is in full swing, and people from across the state have come out in force to help us be successful,” Mayor McKee said. “As I’m out speaking with voters every day, one thing is clear: they are tired of politics as usual and are looking for a new style of leadership in the State. One that will bring fresh ideas to solve our state’s pressing issues. If elected lieutenant governor, I promise to work each and every day to improve the lives of every Rhode Islander.”
About Mayor Dan McKee
Cumberland Mayor Dan McKee grew up in Rhode Island. As a small business owner and community leader for more than 30 years, Dan has spent his adult life fighting for positive change in the Ocean State. Dan is a long-time board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Cumberland-Lincoln, and has coached basketball for boys and girls at all levels.
During his six terms as Cumberland’s Mayor, Dan’s record is one of strong fiscal management, visionary education initiatives, and thoughtful economic development. Educated at Cumberland High School, Assumption College and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, Dan and his wife, Susan, have two children, Matt and Kara.To learn more about Dan, visit: www.mckee4lg.org.