Yesterday we showed you what David Jones is spending his money on.
Since his campaign has refused – for whatever reason – to share itemized disbursement data? We’re going to go ahead and be, well, transparent for them.
- Andy Reynolds – Campaign Manager Services $6,000
- Tessa McNair – Campaign Office Work $3,204
- Dana Laguens – Campaign Office Work $3,219
- Farley Printing $6,652.61
- Steve Makela $150
- P.O. Box $60
- T-shirts $148.40
- Rubber Stamp with Ink $27.03
- Software $480
- Credit Card Processing Fees $131.43
There doesn’t appear to be any expenditure data in his Kentucky Registry of Election Finance reporting that covers the design or postage of his mail pieces. We’re sure he’ll update that and that he’s not purposefully withholding the expenditure data until the end of the race in order to keep people from finding something out, right? Right.
We also see no expenditure or contribution data for the communications work he’s received from a local public relations executive. According to attorneys affiliated with his opposition, that’s potentially going to turn into a campaign finance problem for Jones. On top of looming legal drama.