Tuesday, October 9, 2012

FOLLOWING MONEY IN ARIZONA'S POLITICS: Another Million Dollar Day In Outside Monies

The outside money pouring into Arizona is hitting flood levels as the voter registration deadline hits and early ballots will be going out soon.  Arizona's Politics will try to keep an up-to-date register of the IE (Independent Expenditure) monies.

Here are today's filings with the FEC (Federal Election Commission)

1) The Communications Workers of America's PAC bought $150,150 ($4,549 to produce) of ad time to attack GOP candidate for CD9 Vernon Parker.

2)  The DCCC (Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) went big opposing Parker and CD1 candidate Jonathan Paton.  They bought ad time totaling $211,343.58 for the former and $212, 323.50 for the former.

3)  The NRCC (National Republican Congressional Committee) spent just $30,000 on media opposing CD9 Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema, although they say that brings their total to over $700,000.

4)  Women Vote! paid $15,815.52 for a mailer against Paton.

5)  The NRSC (National Republican Senatorial Committee) finally filed its ad (which has been running for several days) against Richard Carmona.  They have paid $638,753.08 for it.

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