Former Green Beret Tyler Allcorn raises over $300k in Colorado Congressional Race

By Matt Connelly
Former Green Beret Tyler Allcorn raises over $300k in Colorado Congressional Race

Former Army Special Forces Green Beret Tyler Allcorn is running for Congress in Colorado’s 8th Congressional District and just announced raising over $300k in the first quarter of 2022. 

Team Allcorn Press Release:

Tyler Allcorn Raises Over $300k In First Quarter

Clear momentum for Allcorn in Colorado’s 8th Congressional District after only one quarter of fundraising

Tyler Allcorn today announced $305,800 raised in his first quarter in the race to be the Republican nominee in Colorado’s newly created 8th Congressional District. 

The first-time candidate and former Army Special Forces Green Beret has made a major impact on the race with his outstanding debate performances, stellar qualifications, and now a massive fundraising number for his first quarter in the race. Allcorn ends the quarter with $207,775.77 cash-on-hand and contributed over $150,000 to the campaign in the form of a personal loan. 

“It’s only been one quarter since I entered this race, but my background as an Army Special Forces Green Beret and an immigrant who came to the United States thanks to the oil and gas industry is exciting supporters across the district and the country,” Allcorn said. “The career politicians will do everything they can to hold on to power in Colorado’s 8th Congressional District, but they didn’t count on running against a Special Forces combat veteran who knows how to win. We will continue to build this momentum in the upcoming weeks so that we can achieve victory in June, but more importantly so that we can defeat radical liberal Yadira Caraveo in November and save our country from Joe Biden’s dangerous agenda.”


About the Author:

Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado and Campfire Media. Tyler Allcorn is a client of Campfire Media.