Marjorie Taylor Greene campaign confirms it raised $3.5 million in small donations

FEC had questioned whether some duplicate donors had exceeded the reporting threshold in aggregate

Staff photo by Troy Stolt / U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene makes a speech during the 17th annual Floyd County GOP Rally at the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds on Saturday, Aug. 7, 2021, in Rome, Georgia.

U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's campaign said it did not misreport donations it received during the first six months of 2021, after questions about whether those contributions should be itemized were raised by the Federal Election Commission earlier this month.

In two filings posted to the commission's website on Sept. 6, the commission requested the Rome Republican congresswoman's husband and campaign treasurer, Perry Greene, provide additional details about donations the campaign received in the first two quarters of 2021.

According to the filings, the Greene campaign received $2.6 million in unitemized donations from undisclosed donors from January to March. Another $967,000 in unitemized donations from undisclosed donors was received from April to June.

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In letters submitted to the commission on Tuesday by Perry Greene and assistant treasurer Jason Boles, the campaign said it understood and had followed the federal rule requiring candidates to itemize donations or disclose the identity of donors for contributions that total more than $200 during an election cycle.