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Mark Alford raises $208K in Q1 for congressional bid

RAYMORE, Mo. – Mark Alford, conservative Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in Missouri’s 4th congressional district, announced his campaign raised over $208,000 in Q1 from nearly 846 donors. With more than $340,000 cash on hand, Alford has proven his fundraising abilities and deep support across rural Missouri, earning his position as a top contender in the crowded primary race.

“The people of rural Missouri are eager for bold, decisive, conservative leadership in Washington. They crave a leader who will share their stories and fight their battles with resolve and conviction. I have spent my life telling the stories of Missourians to shine a light on their struggles and successes. I pray for the chance to earn their support and their votes, so that I can take their stories to Washington, and fight for better outcomes for them and their families,” said Alford. “I am so grateful for the many Missourians who have contributed both financially and with their time to help this campaign. Every cent is being put to good use, to spread our message of optimism and resolve across rural Missouri. I pledge to be the loudest, strongest, most consistent voice for rural Missourians that the House has ever seen. Thanks to all who make this campaign possible and who are helping it grow. Together we will bring a better, brighter, and blessed future to our state!”

To watch Mark’s video thanking supporters for their contributions in Q1 of 2022 and announcing the recent endorsement of Sedalia Mayor John Kehde, click here. To learn more about Mark’s campaign, please visit

Since launching his campaign, Mark has been endorsed by numerous elected officials across the state, including:

  • Blue Springs Mayor Carson Ross
  • Clinton Mayor Greg Lowe
  • Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott
  • Henry County Sheriff Kent Oberkrom
  • Bates County Commissioner Jim Wheatley
  • Bates County Commissioner Ken Mooney
  • Bates County Commissioner Trent Nelson
  • Bates County Recorder of Deeds Danyelle Baker
  • Bates County Assessor Carl Bettels
  • Henry County Presiding Commissioner Jim Stone
  • Johnson County Presiding Commissioner Densil Allen
  • Johnson County Western Commissioner Charles Kavanaugh
  • Johnson County Eastern Commissioner John Marr
  • Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Russell
  • Johnson County Recorder of Deeds Stormy Taylor
  • Johnson County Treasurer Heather Reynolds
  • Platte County Sheriff Mark Owen
  • Lake Lafayette Mayor Donny Reynolds
  • Raymore City Councilman Tom Circo
  • Raymore City Councilman John Berendzen