Obermueller Campaign Raises More Than $250,000 in Two Months
Former state legislator Mike Obermueller is raising money in a campaign to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. John Kline.
Former state legislator Mike Obermueller raised $252,976 in two months for his campaign to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. John Kline this year, campaign officials announced Monday.
Obermueller said the support reflects a “deep frustration with the way Washington does business.”
“Voters want representation that will strengthen the middle class,” Obermueller said. “I’m proud to have the support of so many people who want to end the gridlock in Washington.”
Obermueller’s campaign has been placed on the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s “Red to Blue” list, races that the DCCC believe are the top competitive challenger races in the country. He launched his campaign after the state DFL endorsed him in April to challenge five-term incumbent Kline.
Obermueller, an attorney who lives in Eagan, won former Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s state House seat in 2008 and served in the Legislature until 2011.