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Quarterly FEC Reports: Lally & Yarmuth

October 18th, 2010 by jake · 3 Comments

Quarterly reports have been filed with the Federal Election Commission, so let’s just dig in.

Todd Lally

  • $260,562.96 raised
  • $212,251.12 spent
  • $48,336.96 in unitemized contributions
  • $317,474.14 cash-on-hand
  • $116,000 loaned from Lally

Notable Contributions

  • Iraq Veterans For Congress PAC $1,000
  • Pharmerica Political Action Committee $2,500
  • Republican Women Of Southeast Jefferson County $600
  • Kentucky Bankers Political Action Committee $5,000
  • Kentucky Right To Life PAC $500
  • American Society Of Interventional Pain Physicians $5,000
  • NSSGA ROCKPAC $2,000
  • Associated Builders And Contractors Political Action Committee $5,000
  • The Freedom Project $5,000
  • Martin Lally $150
  • Daniel Lally $25
  • Marilyn Parker $200
  • Hunter Bates $1,000
  • Frank Simon $1,500
  • Jerry Miller $250
  • Rich Gimmel $500
  • Dan Seum $250
  • Phil Moffett $250
  • Terry Forcht $1,000
  • Matt Thornton $1,000
  • Notable Disbursements
  • $46,378.61 on staff
  • 2,217.50 on telephone & internet
  • $3,015.83 on travel
  • $6,063.25 on food & events
  • $5,545.08 on equipment, supplies, rent
  • $25,960.26 on printing
  • $19,637 on polling
  • $1,607.13 on postage
  • $286,950 on advertising

See highlights from John Yarmuth’s report after the jump…

John Yarmuth

  • $330.802 raised
  • $132,262.40 loaned from Yarmuth
  • $51,370.28 in unitemized contributions
  • $269,681.57 spent
  • $662,412.10 cash-on-hand
  • Notable Contributions
    Aegon USA, LLC PAC $1,400
  • AFGE Political Action Committee $1,000
  • Amazon Corporate LLC Separate Segregated Fund $1,000
  • American Council of Engineering Companies $2,000
  • American Federation of Teachers $2,500
  • American Nurses Association PAC $1,000
  • American Resort Development Association $2,500
  • American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians $5,000
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association PAC $1,000
  • AmerisourceBergen Corporation PAC $1,000
  • ASTRO PAC $1,000
  • BCTGM International Union PAC $1,000
  • Boilermakers-Blacksmiths Legislative Education Act $1,500
  • Carpenters’ Legislative Improvement Committee $5,000
  • Committee on Letter Carriers Political Education $5,000
  • DISPAC $1,935.87
  • DRIVE Committee $2,500
  • Electrical Contractors PAC $2,500
  • FMR LLC PAC $1,000
  • Ford Motor Company Civil Action Fund $1,000
  • General Electric PAC $5,000
  • Healthcare Distribution Management Association PAC $1,000
  • Honeywell PAC $5,000
  • Ingram Barge Company PAC $1,000
  • League of Conservation Voters-PAC $500
  • Levin for Congress Committee $2,000
  • National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association $5,000
  • National Air Traffic Controllers Association PAC $2,000
  • National Association of Health Underwriters PAC $3,000
  • National Association of Postal Supervisors PAC $5,000
  • National Association of Postmasters of the United States $1,000
  • National Committee to Preserve Social Security $1,000
  • National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association PAC $1,000
  • New York Life Insurance PAC $2,500
  • Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Federal $1,000
  • NTRA PAC, Inc. $5,000
  • Professional Airways Systems Specialists PAC $1,000
  • REITPAC $1,000
  • SEIU $2,500
  • Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association $5,000
  • Sierra Club Political Committee $2,000
  • TREA Senior Citizens League, Inc. PAC $1,000
  • Treasury Employees Political Action Committee $2,000
  • UBS Americas Fund for Better Government $1,500
  • United Parcel Service INC. PAC $2,500
  • United Transportation Union PAC $5,000
  • Edie Bingham $500
  • Ed Bonnie $1,000
  • Danny Briscoe $500
  • Cathy Dykstra $2,200
  • George Fischer $2,400
  • Ed Glasscock $250
  • Mary Moss Greenebaum $2,400
  • Jessica Loving $1,000
  • Charlie Owen $2,400
  • Carla Wallace $2,000
  • Bonnie Yarmuth $2,400
  • Jeffery Yarmuth $2,400
  • Jennifer Yarmuth $1,400

Notable Disbursements

  • $75,772.68 on staff
  • $373.90 on travel
  • $12,945.75 on food & events
  • $8,798.66 on telephone & internet
  • $13,739.31 on equipment, supplies, rent
  • $6,080.08 on printing
  • $2,702.30 on postage
  • $15,950 on polling
  • $79,787.97 on advertising
  • $50,005.98 to the DCCC

Tags: Congress · John Yarmuth · Republican Party

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 SiteMinder // Oct 18, 2010 at 12:55 pm

    Yarmuth receives PAC contributions totaling $596,897 . Lally receives $8,000 in PAC contributions.

    Good thing we have Yarmuth cleaning up corporate campaign financing as he promised. ;-)

    Ed Martin did not report?

  • 2 jake // Oct 18, 2010 at 1:00 pm

    Ed hasn’t run a significant financing operation, so I didn’t examine his report.

    Nor did the Hansen guy.

  • 3 Mark Stanton // Oct 18, 2010 at 1:24 pm

    The only explanation for Lally’s lack of PAC funds is that those that would be inclined to give do not think he can win. Yarmuth’s PAC fund contributions are quite diverse and not just the usual Dem-leaning PAC’s.

    You might have miscalculated something in Lally’s disbusements: $212,251 spent but $286,950 on advertising? Doesn’t add up.

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