Saturday, July 17, 2010

8th District candidate has 'economic strength' | | Green Bay Press Gazette

[Reid] Ribble's campaign raised more than $152,000 during the second three months of the year to give him $178,287 in available cash. The Kaukauna roofer's closest rival is Appleton consultant Terri McCormick, who has $99,253 to spend after taking in $111,000 in the second quarter. State Rep. Roger Roth of Appleton collected nearly $60,000 and starts his final push before the primary with $87,490 on hand. Small businessman and farmer Marc Savard of Sturgeon Bay lags far behind the pack with slightly more than $10,000 in the bank.

McCormick raised more in the second quarter than Roth!

It's a beautiful weekend, so I'll be stepping away from the computer, but this definitely deserves some consideration.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

She claims almost $134,000 in individual donations but only has 15 donors giving $6200.00 from inside the 8th Congressional District. Only 5% of her money comes from here. How can that be?

In the last reporting period she claimed 58 people contributed $110,500. Only 5 are from the district and they only donated $2850.00. That’s means only 2.5% of her money came from people who can vote in this election.

She claims 23 donations from Nevada totaling $66,150.00. All but one gave the maximum amount of $2400.00. Over 40 donors from 5 states gave $2400, only 2 from Wisconsin (with her husbands last name) . One family of four (all with the same address) in Corona, CA gave over $7800.00. That’s more than she has collected in the district in 8 months.

This was posted on the PG website.