Monday, April 12, 2010
LG Candidate Linda Lopez Raises $21,040 Since October, Has $5,366 Cash On Hand
State Senator Linda Lopez, a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, raised $21,040 this reporting period and spent $29,354. Her campaign's opening balance was $13,682 and her current cash on hand is $5,366. A total of $6,000 of her donations came from her State Senate Campaign Committee. Click to read her April 12, 2010 report to the Secretary of State.
Hey there, I checked out the link, you are reporting on her State Senate campaign report.
Posted by: me | Apr 12, 2010 8:36:11 PM
Her treasurer may have mistakenly typed in the wrong campaign name.
Posted by: Ellen Wedum | Apr 12, 2010 9:21:43 PM
see the first page of report, office sought or held: state senate
Posted by: me | Apr 12, 2010 9:32:21 PM
Thanks for getting the right one up. And thanks for posting the information.
Posted by: me | Apr 12, 2010 10:59:19 PM
That is strange. It comes up under Lt Governor race when you do a search.
Posted by: charlotte | Apr 12, 2010 11:15:07 PM
I went back and it says Lt Governor and it has recent expenditures and donations for this reporting period.I think ME and Barb are right on this one.
Posted by: charlotte | Apr 12, 2010 11:29:04 PM
Sorry for the confusion! I had the wrong report up there at first. I'm not sure why. These are the correct numbers based on the correct report.
Posted by: barb | Apr 13, 2010 12:25:48 AM
$500 from Dr. No (John Arthur Smith) and $300 from Tim Jennings. Need I say more???
Posted by: Proud Democrat | Apr 13, 2010 11:45:52 AM
Well, Colon got money from Tim Jennings. So do you want to stick with that statement, Proud Dem?
Posted by: JoeDem | Apr 13, 2010 12:04:46 PM
Yes JoeDem, and I'll say more. The Colon contribution came from Tom Jennings, the Senate pro tem's brother. Tom is a former County Chair. It's not likely that Tim Jennings would contribute to Brian Colon, who publicly lambasted him when Tim Jennings endorsed a Republican in a neighboring state senate race. I remember that Colon later said that it was difficult to make those comments because Tom Jennings was a county chair and a personal friend. However, he felt duty bound to call out the senator for his disloyalty to the party.
Posted by: Proud Democrat | Apr 19, 2010 1:46:06 AM