2010 Campaign Finance Profile - Robert Turner

Representative Robert Turner (D) RacinePicture: Representative Robert TurnerAssembly District 61

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2010 Election Notes and Background

Representative Turner was first elected to the Assembly in 1990.

He won a two-way primary and faced Libertarian opposition in the general election.

Advancing Wisconsin Inc. ($11,198) and Voces de la Frontera Action Committee ($172) made independent expenditures favoring Representative Turner.

2010 Campaign Finance Summary
Turner
Raised: $17,967 - Spent: $18,274
Vote: 82.0% - Cost/Vote: $1.82
Independent Backing: $11,370
Meyers
Raised: $0 - Spent: $0
Vote: 17.7% - Cost/Vote: $0
Independent Backing: $0
Turner’s Committee Assignments

2011-2012: Criminal Justice and Corrections; Rules; Joint Survey on Tax Exemptions; Joint Review Criminal Penalties; Special Committee on Municipal Annexation; Courts and Effective Justice Strategies; Special Committee on Justice Reinvestment Initiative Oversight; Special Committee on Criminal Justice Funding and Strategies.

2009-2010: Housing; Criminal Justice (Chair); Judiciary and Ethics; Veterans and Military Affairs; Special Committee on Justice Reinvestment Initiative Oversight.


Where did the money come from?*
Pie Chart: Money Sources
Cash on hand 7/1/09** $7,166
Self $0
Under $100 $2,414
$100 or more $7,278
PACs & Parties $8,275
Other Income $0
WECF*** $0
**Candidate in spring 2009 election.
***voluntary spending limit system.

*All figures represent candidate income before any returns.


Contributions of $100 or More*
7/1/09-12/31/10**
In-District Out-District
$1,120 (15.4%) $6,158 (84.6%)

*Includes all contributions from contributors of $100 or more to the candidate in a calendar year.
Excludes any returned and self contributions.
**Candidate in spring 2009 election.

Interest Group Contributions from
Individuals and Committees*
7/1/09-12/31/10**
Interest Amount
Labor Unions $6,808.00
Political/Ideological $1,500.00
Retired/Homemakers/Non-income earners $1,450.00
Health Professionals $1,050.00
Health Services/Institutions $695.00
Natural Resources $650.00
Banking & Finance $500.00
Manufacturing & Distributing $500.00
Real Estate $500.00
Telecommunications & Computers $500.00
Civil servant/public employee $325.00
Education $300.00
Road Construction $300.00
Lawyers/Law Firms/Lobbyists $225.00
Unknown $125.00
Construction $100.00

*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.
**Candidate in spring 2009 election.

Top Contributors
1993-2010*
Contributor(s) City Business Amount
Turner, Robert L Racine, WI Legislator $6,600
Johnson, Charles & Jennifer Racine, WI Visual Numerics $1,800
Hand, Leonard & Janice Racine, WI City Hall Lounge/Medical College of Wisconsin $1,165
Miklasevich, Michael Racine, WI Double M Investments $700
Neubauer, Jeffrey S Racine, WI Kranz Inc $700
Thompson, Michael Kenosha, WI Family Foot Clinics of Wisconsin $700
Tousis, Tom & Karalin Racine, WI Better Day BP $650

*Excludes contributions received during the spring 2009 campaign.

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