Rep. Beto O & Rourke (D-Texas) said on Monday that he will not share the $ 38 million that his campaign drew with other Senate Democratic candidates in the third quarter of the year.
"No," said O & Rourke to a reporter asking if he would share the funds with contestants in closer races, according to the Washington Examiner.
"I focus on Texas, most of our posts come from Texas, they all come from humans, not a penny of PACs," he said, according to the report.
O & Rourke added that he acknowledged "the commitment that those who contributed to this campaign have made to me"
"If they want to do something for someone else, they should do that If you want to contribute to a campaign that is going to win this historic victory for Texas and the country, I'm grateful for the contribution, and I'll make the most of it, and that's what we focus on, "he said.
A spokesman for O'Rourke's campaign confirmed The Hill that O & Rourke did not intend to share the funds.
"This election has always been about Texas and delivered to each of the 254 counties we" "I've visited the last 1
O & Rourkes comments come after the New York Times has reported that O & Rourkes fundraising has caused tension in the Democratic Party, with some in the party O & Rourke should feel the means with candidates who are in better positions to win.
Recent interrogation has shown that O'Rourke repels his Republican opponent, Sen. Ted Cruz (R), by no less than nine percentage points before the election next month.
O & Rourke announced Friday that it raised more than $ 38 million in the third quarter of the year, saying it made more than $ 800,000 in cash.
"It will give us the resources we need to complete this campaign as much as possible. Maybe that can," O & Rourke said last week. "We do something absolutely historical."