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Campaign Finance Reports for Lakeville's Legislative Candidates

How much money have local candidates raised? Patch has the documents.

Election season is nearly done and Lakeville's legislative candidates have released their finance reports that were due no later than Oct. 29 to the state's Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. The reports are available at their website.

  • Are you ready for election day? Check out out Voter's Guide.
  • Check out Lakeville's mayoral and city council candidate finance numbers.
  • See the August legislative campaign finance numbers.

According to the campaign finance reports, some candidates have raised thousands of dollars during the election cycle. In addition, election day isn't until Tuesday, Nov. 6, and some candidates still have sizable amounts of cash on hand.

Here's a look at the totals through Oct. 29 as reported by mayoral and city council candidates (the PDFs of each candidate is available by clicking the images along the right side of this article):

Editor's note: we also have a story on Lakeville's mayoral and city council candidate finance numbers. In addition, we have requested school board candidate finance reports from the Lakeville Area Public School District but have not yet received them.

Special notes:

  • Not all reports are equal and some candidates have more detailed reports than others. In some cases, money spent over the period is more than the amount raised, meaning the candidate had money from previous reporting cycles. Candidates need only report donations of more than $100. Reporting times vary.
  • Money Raised: includes in-kind donations as well as cash.
  • Individual Cash: money raised from residents of more than $100.
  • PAC/Outside Cash: money raised by donations from outside groups, such as Super PACs, lobbyists or unions, of more than $100.

Minnesota House District 56B

Roz Peterson (R) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $42,958.43 $30,179.62 $12,778.62 $25,825 $8,350

Notes: Peterson loaned $5,000 to her own campaign. Yet to repay.

Public subsidy from state: $3,683.43 received on Aug. 27.

Will Morgan (D) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $33,655.90 $27,767.68 $9,186.89 $19,207.30 $9,586.34 Public subsidy from state: $4,662.26 received on Aug. 24.

Minnesota House District 57A

Tara Mack (R) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $19,260.65 $12,449.99 $15,483.02 $7,225 $8,400 Public subsidy from state: $3,635.65 received on Sept. 10. Roberta Gibbons (D) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $12,186.43 $6,834 $7,159.11 $4,112 $3,335 Public subsidy from state: $4,739.43 received on Aug. 31.

Minnesota House District 58A

Mary Liz Holberg (R) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $16,260.40 $9,501.80 $16,803.04 $4,655 $7,700 Public subsidy from state: $3,905.40 received on Sept. 1. Colin Lee (D) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash
$10,172.57 $10,293.76 $1,648.64 $3,990 $1,835 Notes: Lee has $1,305 in unpaid expenses as of the reporting time. Public subsidy from state: $4,347.57 received on Aug. 28.

Minnesota Senate District 56

Dan Hall (R) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $28,720.46 $14,725.39 $15,845.16 $12,630 $9,038.50 Public subsidy from state: $7,051.96 received on Sept. 4. Leon Thurman (D) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $15,865.19 $15,670.70 $194.49 $5,011.20 $1,875 Public subsidy from state: $8,978.99 received on Aug. 30.

Minnesota Seante District 57

Pat Hall (R) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $29,416.70 $27,348.67 $2,068.03 $15,205.25 $6,703.54 Public subsidy from state: $7,507.91 received on Jan. 9. Greg Clausen (D) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $43,135.25 $41,618.57 $1,516.68 $20,487.87 $12,925 Public subsidy from state: $xx9,722.38 received on Aug. 28.

Minnesota Senate District 58

Dave Thompson (R) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash
$23,937.73 $10,324.47 $21,027.61 $7,234.20 $9,056.26 Notes: Thompson has $4,017.14 in unpaid expenses as of the reporting time. Public subsidy from state: $7,647.27 received on Aug. 28. Andrew Brobston (D) (Report dated: 1/1 - 10/22) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand Individual Cash PAC/Outside Cash $17,920.17 $9,342.45 $8,577.22 $5,727.12 $3,558.16 Public subsidy from state: $8,634.89 received on Aug. 28.
Billy November 05, 2012 at 03:54 PM
Matt Little for Mayor received more money that 5 of these individuals running for state office. Dirty money skipped the state level and went right into local politics. This is how career politicians are born. We all complain about career politicians. Matt Little is the career politician in the making if you vote for him

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