2014 Campaign Finance Profile - Scott S. Krug

Representative Scott S. Krug (R) NekoosaPicture: Representative Scott S. KrugAssembly District 72

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2014 Election Notes and Background

Representative Krug was first elected to the Assembly in 2010.

He was unopposed in the primary and faced Democratic opposition in the general election.

American Federation for Children Action Fund IE Commitee ($76,080), NRA Political Victory Fund ($496) and Wisconsin Right to Life PAC ($155) made independent expenditures favoring Representative Krug. Workers' Voice ($90) made independent expenditures supporting his opponent.

2014 Campaign Finance Summary
Krug
Raised: $128,462 - Spent: $128,433
Vote: 56.0% - Cost/Vote: $9.79
Independent Backing: $76,731
Duncan
Raised: $24,768 - Spent: $24,267
Vote: 44.0% - Cost/Vote: $2.35
Independent Backing: $90
Krug’s Committee Assignments

2015-2016: Colleges and Universities; Consumer Protection (Chair); Environment and Forestry (Vice-Chair); Jobs and the Economy (Vice-Chair); Mining and Rural Development; Public Benefit Reform.

2013-2014: Children and Families (Chair); Colleges and Universities; Corrections; Environment and Forestry; Rural Affairs.

 
Where did the money come from?*
Pie Chart: Money Sources
Cash on hand 1/1/13** ($4,392)
Self $0
Under $100 $17,160
$100 or more $91,802
PACs & Parties $19,500
Other Income $0

*All figures represent candidate income before any returns.
**Beginning of candidate's election cycle.

 
Contributions of $100 or More*
1/1/13-12/31/14**
In-District Out-District
$13,552 (14.8%) $78,250 (85.2%)

*Includes all contributions from contributors of $100 or more to the candidate in a calendar year.

Excludes any returned and self contributions.

**Dates coincide with candidate's election cycle.

 
Interest Group Contributions from
Individuals and Committees*
1/1/13-12/31/14**
Interest Amount
Banking & Finance $10,279.97
Health Professionals $10,040.00
Insurance $9,860.00
Business $9,300.00
Road Construction $7,200.00
Political/Ideological $7,050.00
Construction $6,379.00
Tourism/Leisure/Entertainment $6,170.00
Manufacturing & Distributing $5,839.00
Telecommunications & Computers $5,350.00
Health Services/Institutions $5,150.00
Natural Resources $4,650.00
Retired/Homemakers/Non-income earners $4,189.00
Energy $4,125.00
Real Estate $3,700.00
Agriculture $3,200.00
Labor Unions $2,250.00
Lawyers/Law Firms/Lobbyists $1,790.00
Civil servant/public employee $1,750.00
Transportation $1,650.00
Unknown $1,280.00
Education $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.

**Dates coincide with candidate's election cycle.

 
Top Contributors
2001-2014
Contributor(s) City Business Amount
Scott Krug & Family Nekoosa, WI Legislator/Sunoco $7,075
Cullen Family Waunakee, WI JP Cullen & Sons $3,999
Aycox Family Williamson, GA LoanMax $3,500
Kennedy Family Janesville, WI Rock Road Companies $2,700
Swendrowski Family Wisconsin Rapids, WI Cranberries Limited $2,100
Sadoff Family Milwaukee, WI Badger Liquor $2,000
Hoffman Family Black River Falls, WI Hoffman Construction $1,700
Cress-Fose Family Madison, WI Cress Funeral Home $1,500
DeVos, Richard & Betsy Grand Rapids, MI Alticor/Windquest $1,500
Frank, Joel & Justin Middleton, WI Frank Liquor Co $1,500
James, Peter & Kara Fennimore, WI H James & Sons Inc $1,500
Peterson, Jeffrey & Timothy Oregon, WI James Peterson & Sons $1,500
Ramsden Family Wisconsin Rapids, WI Ramsden Construction $1,500
Walton Family Bentonville, AR Walmart Stores $1,500
Wolfberg Family Glencoe, IL Payday Loan Store $1,500

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