Anti-Trump Senator Snubbed Back Home

Republican Maine Sen. Susan Collins only donations above $200 from 15 residents of her home state — a possible snub in response to her strong stance against President Donald Trump, according to a report from Roll Call.

Collins reported that she raised $1.1 million in the first quarter of 2019, but only $9,200 came from supporters that actually lived in Maine from 17 itemized donations coming from 15 residents.

The senator won reelection during the 2014 election cycle and raised $52,000 from 46 itemized contributions in the first quarter of 2013. Those in-state donations made up 41% of her total for the same time period in 2013.

Collins earned $6,228,159 during the 2014 election cycle and $8,039,750 during the 2008 cycle. The senator has a history of relying on out-of-state funding. She has an average of 70% total funds from donors outside of Maine between her elections in 2014 and 2008. Maine has supported Democratic candidates for president every year since 1992.

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