Archived Version: September 19, 2006
There are strict limits on how much any individual or organization can contribute to a judicial candidate's campaign. Nevertheless, individuals and organizations are free to engage in their own campaigning and expending of money in connection with elections.
The following organizations have made direct expenditures of $1,000 or more relating to one or more of this year's judicial races. The information is cumulative for each organization, and current as of the date shown. These expenditures are, by law, made independently of the candidate's campaign. The candidate and the candidate's representatives may not consult, cooperate, or act in concert with the independent expenditures.
Click on an organization's name for additional information. Click on a candidate's name for a complete page of information about that candidate, including total expenditures supporting or opposing that candidate.
Advocacy: Total $357,500.00
Advocacy: Total $325,440.64
Advocacy: Total $5,931.37
This organization is an intermediary. It collects contributions and then transfers funds to It's Time for A Change.
Advocacy: Total $84,612.00
Advocacy: Total $370,052.81
Advocacy: Total $13,233.38
This organization is an intermediary. It collects contributions and then transfers funds to Committee for Judicial Restraint.
This organization is an intermediary. It collects contributions and then transfers funds to Citizens for Judicial Integrity.
Advocacy: Total $870,794.57
Advocacy (total as of Sep 18): $11,296.09
No C6 Report (which would specify expenditures supporting or opposing a candidate) is available at the Public Disclosure Commission. Walking for Washington has expended $339,297.76 as of September 11, 2006.
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