Updated: January 27, 2014
After winning a five-way primary, Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch was first elected in 2010 as Governor Scott Walker's running mate.
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC ($38) made independent expenditures favoring Lieutenant Governor Kleefisch. Fair Wisconsin PAC ($609) and Voces de la Frontera Action Committee ($18) made independent expenditures in support of her Democratic counterpart.
2010 Campaign Finance Summary
Independent Backing: $38
Independent Backing: $626
*All figures represent candidate income before any returns.
Individuals and Committees*
|Manufacturing & Distributing||$37,626.07|
|Banking & Finance||$34,375.00|
|Telecommunications & Computers||$5,400.00|
|Civil servant/public employee||$2,700.00|
*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.
|Couri, Judith M||Waukesha, WI||Couri Insurance Agency||$10,000|
|Derosa, Pamela S||Hartland, WI||DeRosa Corp||$10,000|
|Eisenga, Michael||Columbus, WI||First American Funding||$7,500|
|Mooney, Edward||Fox Point, WI||Artisan Partners||$6,500|
|Safro, Jeanne M||Nashotah, WI||Jack Safro Auto||$6,100|
|Geraldson Family||Waukesha, WI||Precision Gears||$6,077|
|Papenthien, Kelly & Caryn||Waukesha, WI||Staff Electric/Couri Insurance Agency||$6,000|
|Briscoe, TD||Brookfield, WI||National Insurance Service||$5,200|
|Michels Family||Brownsville, WI||Michels Corp/Andrew Law Office||$3,000|
|Schimpf Family||Mukwonago, WI||S&R Egg Farm||$3,000|