Thursday, August 03, 2006

The Club for Growth a tax-exempt affiliate have spent $392,989 on TV & radio ads and mailings in support of Tim Walberg's campaign for congress.
The Washington, D.C.-based anti-tax group has also raised an additional $476,709 from its 36,000-member network and sent them to Walberg's campaign war chest, the Battle Creek Enquirer reported today.
The Michigan Campaign Finance Network is tracking the spending in this race, which could reach $3 million by the campaigns and PACs combined.
The Republican Main Street Partnership, the conservative Club's centrist counterpart, has spent $470,000 to buy broadcast advertising and send mailings that support U.S. Rep. Joe Schwarz, according to the group's executive director, Sarah Chamberlain Resnick.
Center for Responsive Politics says only 13 percent of Schwarz's cash comes from out of state, while nearly 76 percent of Walberg's contributions are from out-of-state donors, the newspaper report states.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go Tim and also dont forget to vote for Keith Butler!

12:18 AM  

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