“Georgians are proud of Senator Perdue's record as a bipartisan leader and political outsider who gets results for our families,” campaign manager Ben Fry said in a statement. “Their early investment in his campaign shows they are not taking this election for granted and they are grateful that Senator Perdue is leading the way to grow our economy and keep Americans safe.”
Two other Democrats in the race, Teresa Tomlinson and Sarah Riggs Amico, have not yet reported fundraising figures for this time period.
Tomlinson, Amico and Ossoff are all competing for the chance to serve as the party’s nominee in a matchup against Perdue in November.
Simultaneously, Democrats are also lining up to run against either U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler or U.S. Rep. Doug Collins in the campaign for Georgia's other Senate seat.