Campaign 2002 Profile Colon

Rep. Pedro Colon (D) MilwaukeeRep. Pedro ColonAssembly District 8

Election NotesMoney SourcesTop ContributorsBig MoneyPACs

2002 Election Notes and Background
2002 Campaign Finance Summary

* Rep. Colon was first elected in 1998.

* He was unopposed in the primary and general elections.

* Human Rights League PAC ($9) and WI Nurses PAC ($87) made independent expenditures benefiting Colon. 

Colon None
Vote: 97.8% $6.63/vote Vote: 2.2% $0/vote
Independent backing:
Independent backing:
Colon’s Committee Assignments
2003-2004: Corrections and the Courts; Criminal Justice; Health; Ways and Means; Workforce Development.

2001-2002: Corrections and the Courts; Criminal Justice; Health; Judiciary; Migrant Labor Council.

Where Did the Money Come From?

Cash-on-hand 1/1/01 $7,158
Self $0
Under $100 $7,790
$100 or more $29,035
PACS & Parties $3,635
Other Income $0
WECF* $0
*voluntary spending limit system.

*From individual contributors giving $100 or more per year and all PAC, party and candidate committee contributions.

Who are the top contributors to Rep. Colon?
1/1/98 - 12/31/02

Contributor City Business Amount
Colon, Pedro Milwaukee, WI Legsiator $4,100.00
Thomsen, Mark & Grace Milwaukee, WI Cannon & Dunphy/
Milwaukee School of Languages
Ibarra, Dagoberto & Aide Milwaukee, WI Ibarra Enterprises $1,600.00
Espinoza, David A Milwaukee, WI La Causa Inc $1,450.00
Juame, Francisco Mayaguez, PR Cuenta Oficina $1,450.00
Flores, Sebnem & Angel Whitefish Bay, WI Derco Industries $1,350.00
Ulmer, Richard & Edith Tucson, AZ Marshfield Clinic $1,300.00
Zarate, Jose Bayside, WI La Fuente Restaurant $1,200.00
Dermond Family Elm Grove, WI Derco Industries $1,050.00
Polanco, Thomas S Milwaukee, WI Sanpoco Inc $1,050.00

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