Fundraising Numbers for State Treasurer Race

If you combined the cash-on-hand numbers for the bottom seven candidates seeking the office of State Treasurer, you still wouldn’t have $85,000.

There are a gazillion candidates running for State Treasurer, but based on campaign finance reports, there’s really only three who seem to have a chance at being competitive: Republicans Brian Watson and Polly Lawrence, and Democrat Dave Young. But because both Watson and Lawrence are petitioning on to the ballot, there will be room in the GOP Primary for at least 2 more Republicans to gain ballot access via the caucus/assembly process.

A quick note on Democrat Steve Lebsock: His campaign for State Treasurer didn’t raise a dime after October 17 (sexual harassment allegations against Lebsock first surfaced in early November). Lebsock’s entire contribution report for Q4 consists of four entries.

Oh, and Justin Everett barely outraised Lebsock.

4 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Gilpin Guy says:

    I like seeing Dave Young towards the top.  He is one of the good guys who values public service.  He has a personal backstory about why he got into public service.

  2. ajb says:

    I first read Justin Everett Q4 spending as $267,000. Then realized it's $267 with 2 decimals for pennies. 🙂 You might want to drop the cents, Guvs.

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