1998 Campaign Finance Profile Miller

Rep. Mark Miller (D) Monona Rep. Mark MillerState Assembly District 48
1998 Election Notes and Background
1998 Campaign Finance Summary
* Rep. Miller was first elected in 1998.

* He won a four way primary and faced Republican opposition in the general election.

Mark Miller Kevin Miller
$1.99/vote Vote
Independent backing: $0 Independent backing: $0

Where Did the Money Come From?

War chest on 1/1/97 $1,063
From Self $500
Less than $100 $9,924
$100 or more $11,616
PAC & Party $4,700
Other Income $0
WECF* $0
*voluntary spending limit system

Top identifiable interests
contributing to Miller
Miller’s Committee Assignments
Labor Unions $2,850
Retired & Non-income Earners $1,630
Political/Ideological* $1,350
Civil Servant/Public Employee $1,295
Education $1,250

*Excludes party and legislative campaign committee contributions. The majority of the sum shown here came from legislative aides and Democratic caucus employees.

1999/2000: Campaigns & Elections; Children and Families; Consumer Affairs; Health; Public Health; Law Revision; Environmental Education Board.

1997/98: N/A

Interest Group Ratings 1998
WI Right to Life N/A
WI Pro-Life N/A
WI Manufacturers & Commerce N/A
WI Federation of Teachers N/A
Environmental Decade N/A

Who are the top lifetime individual contributors to Rep. Miller?
1/1/97 - 12/31/98

Contributor Business Residence Amount
Dean & Ann Bowles University of Wisconsin Monona $700
Elizabeth Baldwin Transnet Atlanta, GA $500
Chandra Fienen Student San Francisco, CA $500
Mark Miller Legislator Monona $500
Suzanne & Sterling Miller National Wildlife Federation Lolo, MT $500
L. Stuart Rosenberg Wisconsin Builders Association Monona $500
Matthew Thurmaier Computer Classroom Madison $500

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