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Black Army veteran seeking to oust Marjorie Taylor Greene raises over $1.3 million in just three months

A U.S. Army combat veteran who wants to challenge Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has raised over $1.3 million in the most recent quarter, The Hill reports.

Marcus Flowers announced that between the months of July and December, he now has “well over” $1 million cash at his disposal.

“This quarter has been about in-district growth. We are thrilled with the big expansion of our in-district paid staff and our in-district volunteer team,” Flowers said in a statement. “We are making a historic investment in this district which will pay off on Election Day.”

Flowers, who was a State Department and Pentagon contractor, promised to oust Greene and her “twisted conspiracy theories.”

According to Flowers, Greene’s conspiracy theories “may have made her famous, but they haven’t done a damn thing to help people here in our district.”

“Now I’m running for Congress because Georgians deserve better. Better health care, COVID relief and real representation,” he added.

Watch his campaign video below:

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