Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Fundraising numbers for candidates

  • Candidates for Governor
    Thurbert Baker (D): $704,331.00
  • DuBose Porter (D): $231,250
  • David Poythress (D): $150,000
  • John Oxendine (R): $420,000
  • Nathan Deal (R): $980,000
  • Karen Handel (R): $430,000
  • Eric Johnson (R): $962,773.40
  • Austin Scott (R): $180,620.00
  • Ray McBerry (R): $18,596.44
    LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
  • Casey Cagle (R) (i): $560,578.98
  • SECRETARY OF STATE
  • Brian Kemp (R): $267,170.00
  • Douglas MacGinnitie (R): $257,127.76
  • INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
  • Ralph Hudgens (R): $80,700.00
  • Seth Harp (R): $23,900
  • Stephen Northington (R): $30,744.75
  • John Fuchko (R): $0
  • STATE SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT
  • Kathy Cox (R) (i): $21,970.00
  • Richard Woods (R): $3,979.31
    AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER
  • Tommy Irvin (D) (i):$10,029.85
  • John Wilkinson (R): $28,657.17

  • My early analysis is that Thurbert Baker who I have been critical of has posted impressive numbers for the quarter. You don't hear much about him on the trail like you do David Poythress & DuBose Porter. But with those numbers tell me that Roy Barnes will have a hell of a time winning the democratic primary. Poythress raised $460,000 from all 159 counties ( $150,000 ) the actual number says he is in this race to the end. Porter $231,250 is a good amount for a guy who folks say should go back to the house instead of running for governor.



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