Campaign 2002 Profile Kanavas

Senator Theodore J. Kanavas (R) BrookfieldSenator Theodore KanavasSenate District 33

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2002 Election Notes and Background
2002 Campaign Finance Summary

* Senator Kanavas was first elected to the Senate in a July 2001 special election.

* He was unopposed in the primary and general elections.

* WI Right to Life PAC ($91) made independent expenditures benefiting Kanavas. 

Kanavas None
Vote: 99.5% $1.51/vote Vote: 0.5% $0/vote
Independent backing:
Independent backing:
Kanavas’ Committee Assignments
2003-2004: Finance; Joint Finance; Health, Children, Families and Long-Term Care; Council on Highway Safety; Public and Private Broadband;  State Fair Park Board; Transportation and Information Infrastructure.

2001-2002: Education; Human Services and Aging; Privacy, Electronic Commerce and Financial Institutions.

Where Did the Money Come From?

Cash-on-hand 8/2/01 $2,651
Self $0
Under $100 $5,004
$100 or more $55,440
PACS & Parties $14,234
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 Senator Kanavas?
1/1/01- 12/31/02

Contributor City Business Amount
Kanavas, Theodore Brookfield, WI Legislator/MindArrow Systems $26,000.00
Alevizos, Greg & James Brookfield, WI Capitol-Husting Wholesale Liquor $3,000.00
Raysich, David & Patricia Brookfield, WI Plunkett Raysich Architect $2,125.00
Kanavas, Nicholas & Minerva Brookfield, WI Mass Mutual $2,000.00
Taylor, Don & Carol Waukesha, WI Waukesha State Bank $2,000.00
Halloran, Paul & Christine Western Springs, IL Near North Insurance Brokerage Inc $1,500.00
Potos, Andrew Belgium, WI Blue Cross & Blue Shield $1,500.00
David, Curt Brookfield, WI IT Management Corp $1,445.00
McCabe, Bernard & Christy Mukwonago, WI PCC Professional Control Corp $1,300.00
Demakopoulos, Penelope Elm Grove, WI Penelope’s Restaurant $1,200.00

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