Campaign 2002 Profile Erpenbach

Senator Jon Erpenbach (D) MiddletonSenator Jon ErpenbachSenate District 27

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2002 Election Notes and Background
2002 Campaign Finance Summary

* Senator Erpenbach was first elected in 1998.

* He was unopposed in the primary and general elections.

* WI Builders ($1,500) and WI Nurses PAC ($113) made independent expenditures benefiting Erpenbach. 

Erpenbach None
Raised
$125,564
Spent
$53,514
Raised 
$0
Spent
$0
Vote: 99.4% $1.15/vote Vote: 0.6% $0/vote
Independent backing:
$1,613
Independent backing:
$0
Erpenbach’s Committee Assignments
2003-2004: Disability Board; Joint Employment Relations; Joint Legislative Council; Joint Legislative Organization; Review of the Open Records Law (Co-chair); Senate Organization.

2001-2002: Privacy, Electronic Commerce and Financial Institutions; Biennial Budget; Education; Health, Utilities, Verterans and Military Affairs; Joint Information Policy and Technology; Information Policy and Technology; Law Revision.

Where Did the Money Come From?

Cash-on-hand 1/1/99 $952
Self $0
Under $100 $46,070
$100 or more $62,794
PACS & Parties $14,400
Other Income $2,300
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 Senator Erpenbach?
1/1/97 - 12/31/02

Contributor City Business Amount
Boley, Helen Madison, WI Retired $2,500.00
Richard, JoAnna & Paul Nelson Middleton, WI Wisconsin Dept of Justice/
Middleton Public Library
$2,067.00
Hermes, Ronald & Julie Laundrie Madison, WI Legislative aide/
Senate Democratic Caucus
$1,717.00
Thompson, Jim Madison, WI Wegner & Associates $1,300.00
Adelman, Elizabeth Mukwonago, WI Adelman & Hynes $1,250.00
Colletti, George Madison, WI H&M Distributing Co $1,200.00
Bills, Cory & Nancy Madison, WI Webcrafters Inc/Legislative aide $1,062.00
Elwers, Kathryn Madison, WI Retired $1,025.00

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