10/28/13 Financial Reports

dollar-signThe deadline for filing the last financial reports, covering 10/1-10/23/13, was 5pm yesterday. The quick and dirty on the statewide candidates can be found here.

As before, below are the numbers on the contested House of Delegates races in Hampton Roads:

Total receipts In-kind Loans received # donors Cash on hand Outstanding loans
21st District
Susan Hippen 9,943 1,705 81 13,017 10,477
Ron Villaneuva* 48,943 22,043 51 35,978 4,500
78th District
Linda Bryant 81,964 43,636 69 57 18,916 285
Daniel Foster (L) 150 2 348 0
Jay Leftwich 24,627 11,760 383 35 29,969 5,383
Brent VanNorman (I) 0
82nd District
Bill DeSteph 17,303 6,479 31 148,397 2,801
Bill Fleming 1,212 29 50,154 75,000
84th District
Glenn Davis 35,941 9,291 33 61,006 0
Brent McKenzie 4,732 707 23 5,636 0
85th District
Bill Dale 5,675 2,000 37 1,547 12,000
Scott Taylor 16,506 7,801 35 18,145 0
93rd District
Monty Mason 315,813 66,190 127 33,292 0
Mike Watson* 407,286 92,016 94 117,249 12,951
94th District
Robert Farinholt 271,052 49,157 127 27,134 0
David Yancey* 477,504 129,433 123 72,478 38,613
95th District
Mamye BaCote* 8,900 20 16,273 0
John Bloom 1,290 240 14 648 0
100th District
Lynwood Lewis* 18,514 299 46 122,470 0
John W. Smith Jr (I) 100 1 175 0

It would have been nice to create a similar table for the eight contested constitutional office races we have in Hampton Roads but far too many of the candidates are not filing electronically. For those who have, the reports are available on the SBE website.  (I will update my “Who’s Running” series (Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach) with links to the reports.)

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3 thoughts on “10/28/13 Financial Reports

  1. Holy mackerel Ms. Page!

    The 93rd and 94th District seats must be chock-a-block full of immensely fat payoffs, kick-back and extremely lucrative bribes based on the astronomical funds the four (4) candidates in those two (2) races have pocketed, in comparison to the “Total Receipts” of a piddling $275,800 raised by all of the other fifteen (15) candidates in all of the other seven (7) contested House seats “combined.”

    That “combined total” of $275,800, is only $4,748 more than Robert Farinholt has raised in the 94th, but is a whopping $201,704 less than Farinholt’s opponent, David Yancey has pocketed.

    Equally questionable is the insane boatloads of cash being dumped into the coffers of Monte Mason – $315,813 and Mike Watson – $407,286 in the 93rd.

    So what’s the deal in the 93rd and 94th for those four (4) candidates to raise a whopping total of $723,099 in the 93rd and $748,556 in the 94th, for a job that only pays $17,640 a year?

    These numbers make the proverbial stench from Denmark smell like gardenias in comparison!

    1. The Republicans’ money is coming almost exclusively from Bill Howell and/or his PAC, while the Democrats’ money is coming from the DPV and House Democratic Caucus. Thanks to Virginia’s lack of contribution limits, they can just pour limitless amounts of money into the race.

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