Julian Castro “if my campaign can’t raise $800k by October 31st, my campaign will be silenced for good.”

Julian Castro has taken to Twitter to warn his campaign may be ending unless he can raise $800k by Halloween.

I’m extremely proud of the historic and bold campaign we have built together.

But this is a critical moment— if my campaign can’t raise $800,000 by October 31st, my campaign will be silenced for good. Help us keep up the fight.

Castro was criticized by the many liberals when he appeared to mock Biden in the last debate.


Per Yahoo, last month, Castro made a similar plea.

“I don’t say this lightly: if I don’t make the next debate stage, it will be the end of my campaign,” Castro wrote in a fundraising email in late September.

Shortly after that email, his campaign manager, Maya Rupert, told CBS News that he was using “hyperbolic writing.”

But with this Twitter plea on Monday, she says it’s different.

“We do not see a path to victory that doesn’t include making the November debate stage — and without a significant uptick in our fundraising, we cannot make that debate,” Rupert wrote in a campaign email.

Six Democratic hopefuls have dropped out of the race since the last fundraising quarter.

While front-runners Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren each raised about $25 million in the third quarter, Castro’s campaign raised $3.5 million.

Despite lagging behind his competitors, Castro’s third quarter total was an improvement over his previous fundraising reports of $1.1 million in the first quarter and $2.8 million in the second.

This article was written by the staff of TheConservativeOpinion.com 

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