Updated: January 27, 2014
Representative Pridemore was first elected to the Assembly in 2004.
He won a three-way primary and faced Democratic opposition in the general election.
2010 Campaign Finance Summary
Raised: $18,883 - Spent: $27,650
Vote: 77.3% - Cost/Vote: $1.24
Independent Backing: $142
Raised: $2,255 - Spent: $1,927
Vote: 22.6% - Cost/Vote: $0.30
Independent Backing: $0
Pridemore’s Committee Assignments
2011-2012: Children and Families (Chair); Colleges and Universities; Education; Election and Campaign Reform; Special Committee on School Safety.
2009-2010: Personal Privacy; Children and Families; Education Reform; Elections and Campaign Reform; Special Committee on School Safety.
*All figures represent candidate income before any returns.
|$6,347 (60.6%)||$4,135 (39.4%)|
*Includes all contributions from contributors of $100 or more to the candidate in a calendar year.
Excludes any returned and self contributions.
Individuals and Committees*
|Banking & Finance||$2,400.00|
|Telecommunications & Computers||$500.00|
|Civil servant/public employee||$362.50|
|Manufacturing & Distributing||$125.00|
*Individual contributions includes all contributions from contributors of $100 or more to the candidate in a calendar year.
Committee contributions of any amount are included. Any returned and self contributions are excluded.
|Pridemore, Don||Hartford, WI||Legislator||$6,836|
|Zignego Family||Hartford, WI||Zignego Co||$5,200|
|Williams, Kenton & Ann||Hartford, WI||Retired||$1,741|
|Ertenberg, Jerome & June||Hartford, WI||Happy Hollow Learning Center||$1,275|
|Fuller, Howard & Debbie McGriff||Milwaukee, WI||Marquette University/Edison Schools||$1,000|
|Harder, Trevor & Maureen||Colgate, WI||Retired||$1,000|
|Walton, Christy & Lynne||Jackson, WY||Walmart Stores||$1,000|
|Bradt, Sam||Chenequa, WI||Merganser Corp||$950|
|Dunavant, Keith & Barbara||Hartford, WI||Hallman Lindsay Paints||$815|
|Schmitz, Alan & Cindy||West Bend, WI||Schmitz Ready Mix||$800|