Saturday, April 21, 2012

Shadowy super PAC spent big in March

Politico has it here.

The Campaign for Primary Accountability, a super PAC that has targeted incumbent members of Congress, raised more than $645,000 in March, federal documents show....
So far, CPA is running a lean operation. It payed only $6,167.00 in payroll to staff, $3,200 in accounting fees, and $2,141 in credit card processing fees for donations.

We know from those reports that they spent a grand total of $139,000 of their funds to  dispatch Jean Schmidt.  That was a bargain compared to the $220,000 they spent in the Manzullo race.
 
Of course, the candidates actually tried in the Manzullo race, compared to Ms. Schmidt who elected to do almost nothing.

2 comments:

  1. Truth is stranger than fictionApril 21, 2012 at 6:31 PM

    Jean spent $634,000 through March, compared to the $535,000 she spent through June of 2010 (May primary).
    Doesn't seem to me like Jean didn't campaign. Problem was that the campaign she ran was to elect Jean!
    Wenstrup Won!

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  2. Speaking of shadowy, CincyCapell's wife Tabitha Hochscheid can block sun from the entire West Side of Cincinnati. The Hochscheid's and Jean Schmidt should get together sometime and share their favorite stories about COAST.

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We follow the "living room" rule. Exhibit the same courtesy you would show guests in your home.