Campaign Fundraising, Spending Smash Records
Legislative campaigns spent nearly $10 million in 2004, smashing the old spending record by $1.5 million even though nearly half the candidates faced little or no opposition for their jobs, a Wisconsin Democracy Campaign analysis shows.
Legislative Leaders Milk Special Interests for Record Cash
Legislative leaders tapped special interests’ pocketbooks to raise a record of nearly $1 million in 2004 through their four legislative campaign committees, a Wisconsin Democracy Campaign analysis shows.
WDC to co-sponsor Student Dialogue for Democracy
n the first in a series of forums around the state aimed at promoting civic involvement and activism among college-age students, the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign is co-sponsoring a “Student Dialogue for Democracy.”
Democracy Campaign to Air TV Ad
To reach a broader audience with an indictment of dysfunctional state government and a call to action on behalf of political reform, the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign will begin airing a television ad in several state TV markets in the next week.
WDC Files Lawsuit Challenging Accenture Contract: Complaint Text
Text of WDC complaint challenging Accenture contract to compile voter registration data for the state of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Files Lawsuit Challenging Accenture Contract
A lawsuit was filed December 23 on behalf of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign’s director and other plaintiffs seeking cancellation of the state’s controversial $14 million contract with the global consulting firm Accenture to create and maintain a statewide voter registration system.
Campaign Fundraising, Spending Smash Records: Candidates by Office
Candidate spending in 2004 legislative races. Candidates with total spent listed by office.
Campaign Fundraising, Spending Smash Records: Alphabetical Listing
Candidate spending in the 2004 legislative campaign. Candidates listed alphabetically by name.