2004 Campaign Finance Profile - Andy Lamb

Rep. Andy Lamb (R) Menomonie Picture: Rep. Andy LambAssembly District 29

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2004 Election Notes and Background

Rep. Lamb was first elected in 2004.

He was unopposed in the primary and faced a Democratic incumbent and a Libertarian challenger in the general election.

Concerned Business and Industry ($14,750) made independent expenditures favoring Rep. Lamb. Human Rights League ($19), Planned Parentood Action Fund ($327), Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin ($899), TAA-PAC ($480), and Volunteers for Agriculture ($77) made independent expenditures favoring his opponent.

Wisconsin Right to Life spent undisclosed amounts on "issue ads" in support of Rep. Lamb. Wisconsin Citizen Action spent undisclosed amounts in opposition.

2004 Campaign Finance Summary
Lamb
Raised: $81,398 - Spent: $82,739
Vote: 50.4% - Cost/Vote: $5.17
Independent Backing: $14,750
Plouff
Raised: $47,729 - Spent: $59,722
Vote: 45.9% - Cost/Vote: $4.10
Independent Backing: $1,802
Lamb’s Committee Assignments

2005-2006: Colleges and Universities; Economic Development; Financial Institutions; Transportation.

2003-2004: Not yet elected.


Where did the money come from?*
Pie Chart: Money Sources
Cash on hand 1/1/03 $0
Self $0
Under $100 $9,514
$100 or more $60,313
PACs & Parties $11,471
Other Income $100
WECF* $0
*voluntary spending limit system.

Contributions of $100 or More*
1/1/03-12/31/04
In-District Out-District
$11,875 (19.7%) $48,288 (80.3%)
*Excludes returned and self contributions.

Interest Group Contributions from
Individuals and Committees*
1/1/03-12/31/04
Interest Amount
Manufacturing & Distributing $8,600
Construction $7,133
Real Estate $6,841
Banking & Finance $5,475
Retired/Homemakers/Non-income earners $5,225
Business $4,064
Political/Ideological $3,671
Transportation $3,600
Road Construction $3,450
Agriculture $3,200
Health Services/Institutions $2,850
Insurance $2,500
Unknown $2,475
Natural Resources $2,150
Health Professionals $2,075
Tourism/Leisure/Entertainment $1,450
Telecommunications & Computers $1,100
Civil servant/public employee $925
Lawyers/Law Firms/Lobbyists $850
Education $800
Energy $800
*Excludes returned and self contributions.

Top Contributors
2003-2004
Contributor(s) City Business Amount
Walton Family Jackson, WY Wal-Mart Stores $1,200
Deutsch, Dick & Diane Oconomowoc, WI Edison Liquor Co $1,000
Kern, Robert & Patricia Waukesha, WI Generac Corp $1,000
Kohler, Terry & Mary Sheboygan, WI Windway Capital $1,000
Madson, Dean & Sandra Menomonie, WI Madson Photography/Spring Valley School District $1,000
Mathy Family La Crosse, WI Mathy Construction $1,000
Nelson, Grant & Carol Hudson, WI Retired $1,000
Sadoff, Gary & Ron Fond du Lac, WI Badger Liquor $1,000
Derrick Family New Richmond, WI Derrick Construction Co $800
Kraemer, William & Joseph Plain, WI Edward Kraemer & Sons Construction $750

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