The 800 Club

July 14, 2010

For the Wisconsin State Senate, one is allowed to submit up to 800 signatures, although only 400 are needed to get on the ballot. Who qualified for the 800 club – turning in 800 perfect signatures?

  • GOP: Leah Vukmir – SD5
  • DEM: Jeff Plale – SD7
  • GOP: Rick Richard – SD15
  • GOP: Terry Moulton – SD23
  • GOP: Dane Deutsch – SD25
  • GOP: Pam Galloway – SD29
  • GOP: Ed Thompson – SD31
  • GOP: Rich Zipperer – SD33

UPDATE:

TODD P KOLOSSO repairs enough signatures to get on ballot – now at 1,188. Heckenlively not yet….

1,000 signatures are needed to qualify for congress. Dems failed to qualify a candidate for the ballot in CD 1 (Paul Ryan). Libertarians did.

CD1
2000 – GOP – Paul Ryan
1,139 – LIB – Joseph Kexel
1,042 – IND – Bill Tucker
853 – DEM – John Heckenlively

Dem Todd Kolosso failed to make the ballot in CD 5.

CD5
2000 – GOP – F James Sensenbrenner
1,268 – IND – Robert Raymond
984 – DEM – Todd Kolosso

3,982 – GOP – Ron Johnson
3,930 – DEM – Russ Feingold
3,054 – GOP – Dave Westlake
2,870 – IND (CON) Rob Taylor
2,187 – GOP – Stephen Finn

Attorney General:
3,945 – GOP – J.B. Van Hollen
2,390 – DEM – Scott Hassett

Secretary of State:
2,886 – DEM – Doug LaFollette
2,479 – GOP – David King

Treasurer:
2,747 – GOP – Scott Feldt
2,298 – DEM – Dawn Marie Sass
2,285 – GOP – Kurt Schuller
2,246 – DEM – Dan Bohrod
2,168 – GOP – Jim Sanfilippo

3,440 – DEM – Tom Nelson
2,571 – DEM – Spencer Coggs
2,368 – DEM – James Schneider
2,063 – DEM – Henry Sanders
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2,641 – GOP – Robert Lorge
2,555 – GOP – Brett Davis
2,368 – GOP – Nick Voegeli
2,336 – GOP – Rebecca Kleefisch
2,116 – GOP – Dave Ross
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2,606 – LIB – Terry Virgil

2,000 signatures are required to get on the ballot – so looks like 3 GOP, 2 DEMs, and an Independent, and Scott Walker managed to turn in a perfect 4,000!

4000 – GOP – Scott Walker
3830 – DEM – Tom Barrett
3625 – GOP – Mark Neumann
2599 – GOP – Scott Paterick
2323 – IND – Jim Langer
2100 – DEM – Tim John
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1991 – IND – James James
762 – LIB – Erick Scoglio
724 – GOP – John Schiess

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It’s been a few months since we looked at the Senate race:

Bottom 5 Warchests

June 2, 2010

  • Tauchen, Gary (R-Bonduel) – $219.39
  • Zepnick, Josh (D-Milwaukee) – $532.92
  • Spanbauer, Richard J (R-Oshkosh) – $575.93
  • Krusick, Peggy (D-Milwaukee) – $1,085.55
  • Young, Leon(D-Milwaukee) – $1,181.90

Top Ten Warchests

June 1, 2010

Going into 2010 – which state representative candidates have the biggest warchests?

  • John Marek of Waukesha, WI, running for Mark Gundrum’s Assembly Seat #84: $150,000.00 (someone is serious about running!) [Waukesha Freeman]
  • Retiring Rep. Spencer Black (D-Madison, AD77) $143,209.00
  • Rep. Robin Vos (R-Caledonia, AD63) $80,942.94
  • Rep. Jeff Stone (R-Greendale, AD82) $70,314.90
  • Rep. Dean Kaufert (R-Neenah, AD55) $63,151.93
  • Rep. Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse, AD95) $56,122.37
  • Rep. Amy Sue Vruwink (D-Marshfield, AD70) $55,489.52
  • Rep. Cory Mason (D-Racine, AD62) $51,997.15
  • Rep. David Cullen, (D-Milwaukee, AD13) $51,428.81
  • Rep. Dan Meyer, (R-Eagle River, AD34) $46,199.97