2016 Campaign Finance Profile - Romaine Robert Quinn

Representative Romaine Robert Quinn (R) Rice LakePicture: Representative Romaine Robert QuinnAssembly District 75

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2016 Election Notes and Background

Representative Quinn was first elected to the Assembly in 2014.

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

NRA Political Victory Fund - Federal PAC ($717) and Wisconsin Family Action Inc. - 1.91 Account ($20) made independent expenditures favoring Representative Quinn.

Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin Inc. (estimated $25,000) spent undisclosed sums on "issue ads" supporting Representative Quinn.

2016 Campaign Finance Summary
Quinn
Raised: $138,634 - Spent: $126,614
Vote: 62.0% - Cost/Vote: $7.12
Disclosed Independent Backing: $737
Estimated "Issue Ad" Spending: $25,000
Huftel
Raised: $141,992 - Spent: $140,452
Vote: 38.0% - Cost/Vote: $12.89
Disclosed Independent Backing: $0
Estimated "Issue Ad" Spending: $0
Quinn’s Committee Assignments

2017-2018: Colleges and Universities; Education; Labor; Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage (Vice-Chair); Regulatory Licensing Reform; Rural Development and Mining; Science and Technology (Chair).

2015-2016: Aging and Long-Term Care (Vice-Chair); Colleges and Universities; Education; Mining and Rural Development; Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage (Vice-Chair); Urban and Local Affairs.

 
Where did the money come from?*
Pie Chart: Money Sources
Cash on hand 1/1/15** $16,903
Self $1,296
Under $100 $5,675
$100 or more $71,147
PACs & Parties $60,515
Other Income $0

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

 
Contributions of $100 or More*
1/1/15-12/31/16**
In-District Out-District
$35,915 (50.5%) $35,232 (49.5%)

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

Self contributions are excluded.

Returned contributions are excluded at our discretion.

**Dates coincide with candidate's election cycle.

 
Interest Group Contributions from
Individuals and Committees*
1/1/15-12/31/16**
Interest Amount
Political/Ideological $40,015.46
Manufacturing & Distributing $13,850.00
Construction $9,740.00
Health Professionals $9,120.00
Real Estate $8,150.00
Retired/Homemakers/Non-income earners $7,200.00
Banking & Finance $6,350.00
Tourism/Leisure/Entertainment $5,400.00
Natural Resources $4,500.00
Transportation $4,225.00
Business $4,000.00
Lawyers/Law Firms/Lobbyists $3,557.24
Agriculture $3,550.00
Health Services/Institutions $3,010.00
Insurance $2,100.00
Energy $2,000.00
Telecommunications & Computers $2,000.00
Civil servant/public employee $1,300.00
Education $500.00
Unknown $300.00
Road Construction $295.00

*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.

Self contributions are excluded.

Returned contributions are excluded at our discretion.

**Dates coincide with candidate's election cycle.

 
Top Contributors
2014-2016
Contributor(s) City Business Amount
Johnson Family Rice Lake, WI Rice Lake Weighing System $4,000
Friess, Foster & Lynn Jackson, WY Friess Associates Inc $3,000
Koser, Thomas & Diane Rice Lake, WI Koser Radio Network $3,000
Newville, Robert & Ilene Cameron, WI Northland Automatic Transmission Service $2,550
Frank, Joel & Justin Middleton, WI Frank Liquor Co $2,500
Henkel, Phillip & Connie Rice Lake, WI Anesthesiologist/Rice Lake Area School District $2,050
Sadoff, Lacey & Gary Milwaukee, WI Badger Liquor $2,000
Mlejnek, Chris & Char Rice Lake, WI Northwest Builders Inc/Lakeview Medical Center $1,700
Raether, Douglas & Susan Rice Lake, WI Marshfield Clinic $1,700
Schroeder, Larry & Karen Birchwood, WI Advocates for Academic Freedom $1,700

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