2016 Campaign Finance Profile - Jessie Rodriguez

Representative Jessie Rodriguez (R) Oak CreekPicture: Representative Jesse RodriguezAssembly District 21

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2016 Election Notes and Background

Representative Rodriguez was first elected to the Assembly in a November 2013 special election.

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

Jobs First Coalition Political Fund ($27,398) made independent expenditures favoring Representative Rodriguez. Citizen Action of Wisconsin Inc. ($18,901) and Working America Coalition ($405) supported her opponent.

2016 Campaign Finance Summary
Rodriguez
Raised: $70,873 - Spent: $79,643
Vote: 59.3% - Cost/Vote: $4.80
Independent Backing: $27,938
Redmond
Raised: $22,714 - Spent: $19,420
Vote: 40.5% - Cost/Vote: $1.71
Independent Backing: $19,306
Rodriguez’s Committee Assignments

2017-2018: Education; Energy and Utilities; Family Law (Chair); International Affairs and Commerce.

2015-2016: Children and Families (Chair); Colleges and Universities; Criminal Justice and Public Safety; Education; Mental Heath Reform.

 
Where did the money come from?*
Pie Chart: Money Sources
Cash on hand 1/1/15** $15,803
Self $0
Under $100 $3,643
$100 or more $38,639
PACs & Parties $28,592
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
$2,370 (6.1%) $36,269 (93.9%)

*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 $8,982.31
Real Estate $6,800.00
Insurance $6,685.00
Business $5,684.19
Manufacturing & Distributing $5,450.00
Banking & Finance $4,375.00
Retired/Homemakers/Non-income earners $3,890.00
Natural Resources $3,600.00
Construction $3,200.00
Health Services/Institutions $3,150.00
Lawyers/Law Firms/Lobbyists $2,950.00
Health Professionals $2,100.00
Transportation $2,000.00
Tourism/Leisure/Entertainment $1,950.00
Energy $1,750.00
Road Construction $1,500.00
Telecommunications & Computers $800.00
Civil servant/public employee $725.00
Non-Profit/Social Services $600.00
Labor Unions $500.00
Unknown $339.00
Agriculture $200.00

*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
2013-2016
Contributor(s) City Business Amount
Mosher, George & Julie Milwaukee, WI Retired $3,250
Burke, John & Kathryn Milwaukee, WI Burke Properties $2,000
Bechthold Family Mequon, WI Payne & Dolan/Zenith Tech $1,900
Breunig, Kendall Franklin, WI Sunset Investors $1,600
Delgado, Jose Brookfield, WI SE WI Regional Planning Commission $1,600
Couri, Gerald & Judith Waukesha, WI Couri Insurance Agency $1,500
Cullen Family Waunakee, WI JP Cullen & Sons $1,500
Dantchik, Arthur Gladwyne, PA SIG Financial Holdings $1,500
Frank, Steve & Mike Middleton, WI Frank Liquor Co $1,500
Rajani, Karl Milwaukee, WI Horizon New Technology Investments $1,450

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