Friday, January 8, 2010

Fundraising numbers rolling in for gov's race

I'll update here as they're filed. The State Ethics Commission continually updates the 50 latest filings.

Totals are rounded and given this way:
Raised in six months* / from loans / cash on hand.

Scott: $223,000 / $110,000 / $159,000
Deal: $608,000 / $0 / $940,000
Porter: $231,000 / $0 / $225,000
Barnes: $2.7 million / $0 / $2.2 million
Poythress: $304,000 / $185,000 / $283,000
Chapman: $79,000 / $0 / $18,000
Camon: $3,403 / $0 / $12.84
Monds: $10,000 / $0 / $1,423
Baker: $665,642 / $0 / $875,000
Johnson: $681,000 / $0 / $1.3 million
Handel: $516,000 / $0 / $440,000
Oxendine: $1.5 million / $250,000 / $2.2 million
*Since Barnes didn't "start" his campaign until after the last fundraising deadline, his six month total is probably inflated to some extent. Not that it particularly matters.
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This has already been reported elsewhere, but former Speaker Richardson's MMV Alliance Fund has filed, and does indeed include a nearly $220,000 transfer from Richardson's campaign committee.
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The state Democratic Party has $132,500 on hand.
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Senate Majority leader Chip Rogers has filed, $273,000 cash on hand. The Georgia Republican Senatorial Trust: $346,000 on hand.
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Cathy Cox has closed her gubernatorial campaign account. Final spending: $5.9 million.

You know what I don't know what happened to? The $1.47 million Casey Cagle raised to run for governor. His office called, summarized it as "good for Georgia." $783,000 cash on hand in his Lt. gov account.

Update from the comments: "The report is on line - He returned the donations as recorded on the June 30, 2009 report amended in August." Sounds good for Georgians to me.

1 comment:

jdflowers said...

The report is on line - He returned the donations as recorded on the June 30, 2009 report amended in August