Megan Varner / Getty ImagesGeorgia Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff puts a “Georgia Votes” sticker on his jacket during early voting at the State Farm Arena on Thursday in Atlanta, Georgia. (Megan Varner / Getty Images)
As campaign crunch time gets underway, blue-state Democrats have once again been caught funneling massive financial contributions into the effort to flip the Senate.
Out-of-state itemized contributions to Democratic senatorial nominee Jon Ossoff of Georgia dwarfed in-state big-money donations to the candidate last quarter, according to a Friday report in the Washington Free Beacon, which cited a federal election filing.
Ossoff, who’s fighting an uphill electoral ground war with incumbent Republican Sen. David Perdue, broke a Georgia senatorial campaign record in the third quarter, raking in more than $21 million.
An in-depth analysis of the haul, however, revealed that roughly 87 percent of the candidate’s total in itemized contributions — any donation