Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

July 19, 2004

by J

Follow the Money

Maura in VA has gone through the FEC filings for DFA2 and pulled out some interesting tidbits of information for us all. I made a large contribution this month (probably my last, because with all the small contributions I've been making elsewhere, I'm close to tapped out).
In the who's giving category for DFA's non-federal 527 account: SEIU and AFSCME continue to be great friends, with fair-weather pal Gerald McEntee going a long way to expiating his unfortunate "nuts" comment by donating $115,000 to DFA's non-federal account, followed closely by Andy Stern and our purple friends at SEIU, donating $100,000. Overshadowing both of those donations, though, was the quiet support of George Soros, from whom Dean scored a quarter of a million dollar donation for DFA's non-federal account.

Posted by J at July 19, 2004 07:24 AM

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