Posted on January 15th, 2010 in clean government, Colorado Politics, Fiscal Policy, General, liberty, PPC | Written by Ben | 1 Comment »
Update: Incumbent Democratic state treasurer Cary Kennedy raised $70,000 in the last quarter and has $173,674 on hand — which puts her squarely between Stapleton and Ament.
With state campaign finance reports due today, GOP state treasurer candidate Walker Stapleton boasts another strong fundraising quarter:
DENVER—Republican businessman Walker Stapleton announced today that he has now raised more than $310,000 for his 2010 campaign to unseat Democrat incumbent State Treasurer Cary Kennedy. That figure includes over $65,000 raised in the last quarter of 2009.
Stapleton’s efforts leave him with more than $270,000 cash on hand….
A quick glance on the Secretary of State’s new campaign finance reporting site shows that Stapleton’s chief Republican rival J.J. Ament pulled in just under $50,000 during the final three months of 2009. He has $93,676 on hand.
As of 5:25 PM, incumbent Democrat Cary Kennedy had yet to file a report. I’ll post an update for comparison when I see that it’s come in.
By comparison, Republican treasurer candidate Mark Hillman — running uncontested in the primary — at this point four years ago had $125,415 in the bank.
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