Campaign Cash Watch: Governor 2010 donations sums

2010 Account Summary
for Contributions to campaign as reported by Orestar in 3/10

Dudley — $683,973
Kitzhaber — $321,116
Bradbury — $133,612
Alley — $130,913
Ames — $30,323
Lim — $25,257
Watkins — $1,485
Sizemore — $0

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Posted by at 06:05 | Posted in Measure 37 | 4 Comments |Email This Post Email This Post |Print This Post Print This Post
  • Bob Clark

    At this point, Dudley seems like he’s going to need the significant contribution lead. His presentations so far seems like that of someone who just woke up one day wanting to run for governor. Allan Alley has really polished his presentation this year as reflected in his Dorchester straw poll win and recent debate appearance. Poor, Sizemore. He gets it more than any of the other candidates when it comes to knowing the root causes of Oregon’s poor governance (that would be government employee unions’ dominance over elections and politicians). Unfortunately, Sizemore really needs to restart by running for a legislator or mayor position rather than governor. This might rebuild his tarnished image, allowing him to later run again for governor.

  • Anonymous

    Bill needs to just never run again. He can’t be a front man. He has great ideas and great skills – but his presence in the race is poison. He needs to step back and be a Rove-like figure instead of a candidate.

  • Survey says

    What about Clark Colvin?

    Frankly, Oregon seems so DEM’d down that even Kulongoski would be re elected by DNC Kook-Aid supplicants.

  • Dan Meek

    These numbers are not really accurate. They are only the 2010 numbers. Alley, for example, started his political committee for Governor in March 2009 and raised several hundred thousand dollars in 2009. That is left out of your figures.

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