Democrat Jason Crow says he’s raised another $370,000 in the last quarter in his bid to take on U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, but how much of that came from corporate PACs we don’t yet know.

As PeakNation™ will recall, we reported a few weeks ago that despite Crow’s pledge not to accept any corporate money, he’s been hauling in loads of bucks from so-called leadership PACs that are literally packed with corporate donations from across the country.

Corporations like Samsung, Walmart, Microsoft, General Electric, Pepsi, AT&T, General Motors, Ford, Home Depot, and Comcast, just to name a very few.

Not exactly the grassroots support Crow brags about in his latest statement crowing about his fundraising prowess.

We expect it will be that corporate leadership PAC money that gives him bragging rights this quarter for out raising Coffman and his Democratic opponent Levi Tillemann.

However, Coffman still has more money than Crow heading into the June 26 election. Tillemann has yet to disclose his latest filings.