Campaign 2002 Profile Olsen

Rep. Luther S. Olsen (R) BerlinRep. Luther S. OlsenAssembly District 41

Election NotesMoney SourcesTop ContributorsBig MoneyPACs

2002 Election Notes and Background
2002 Campaign Finance Summary

* Rep. Olsen was first elected in 1994.

* He was unopposed in the primary and general elections.

* WI Nurses PAC ($113) and WI Right to Life PAC ($91) made independent expenditures benefiting Olsen. 

Olsen None
Vote: 99.5% $0.81/vote Vote: 0.5% $0/vote
Independent backing:
Independent backing:
Olsen’s Committee Assignments
2003-2004: Education (Chair); Education Reform; Health; Housing; Rural Affairs; Workforce Development.

2001-2002: Education (Chair); Education Reform (Vice Chair); Health; Migrant Labor Council; Ways and Means.

Where Did the Money Come From?

Cash-on-hand 1/1/01 $15,409
Self $0
Under $100 $3,761
$100 or more $10,912
PACS & Parties $4,296
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. Olsen?
1/1/94 - 12/31/02

Contributor City Business Amount
Olsen, Luther Berlin, WI Legislator $3,000.00
Radtke Family Winneconne, WI Bob Radtke Inc $3,000.00
Olsen, Vivadell Auroraville, WI Retired $1,650.00
Yeomans, Steven Markesan, WI Yeomans-Edinger Chiropractic Center $1,250.00
Barkalow, Terrence & Christine Wautoma, WI Allied Health of Wisconsin $1,125.00
Butterbrodt, Thomas Berlin, WI Fox Cities Bank/Berliin Foundry Corp $1,050.00
Triemstra, Ronald Green Lake, WI Northeast Asphalt Co $950.00
Bauman, B Kent & Eileen Ripon, WI Condon Oil Inc $850.00
Blake, Ina Butland Pine River, WI No Employer Listed $700.00
Mokler, Michael Oshkosh, WI Mokler Enterprises $700.00

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