I think that Jackie Winters has great star appeal and would would shine in the House. I hope her fundraising is going well.
"I think that Jackie Winters has great star appeal and would would shine in the House. I hope her fundraising is going well."
Apparently, it is:
Salem Jackie Winters got a great birthday present today as she celebrated her 67th birthday. Her campaign reported she has raised more money than her primary opponent for the second straight quarter. The Winters campaign reported today they raised $115,198 for the period of January 1 to March 31. The campaign ended the period with cash-on-hand of $49,238. The Winters campaign has raised nearly $222,323 since beginning last November.
This really shows that our campaign has a strong, broad base of support. We now have 1100 contributors and they have made the campaign what it is today, Jackie said today.
The figure that shows the strength of our grassroots effort is that we have raised nearly twice as much in individual contributions under $200, Jackie stated today. The campaign reported raising $41,788 from under $200 contributors in the five months she has been campaigning. Jim Zupancics campaign has only raised $23,395 from individuals under $200 even though he has been campaigning for a whole year as of this week.
The Winters campaign challenged Jim Zupancic to release the number of people who have contributed to his campaign. We believe our campaign will show nearly twice as many contributors as the Zupancic Campaign, even though we have only been running for less than half the amount of time, Jackie Winters concluded.
Jackie, small business owner of Jackies Ribs, lives in Salem with her husband of 32 years. She has four grown boys and 11 grandchildren. Jackie is in her first term as an Oregon State Senator and previously served two terms in the Oregon House of Representatives. She serves as a Board member for the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce, Goodwill Industries of the Columbia / Willamette, and has served on the Chemeketa Community College Foundation Board and the Oregon College of Education Foundation Development Board (Western Oregon University Foundation Board). Former Governor Victor Atiyeh is her Honorary Campaign Chairman and Dick Withnell, a prominent Salem businessman, is serving as her Finance Committee Chair.
Oregons 5th Congressional District includes Lincoln, Marion, Polk and Tillamook Counties and portions of Benton, Clackamas and Multnomah Counties
posted on 04/17/2004 6:42:29 PM PDT
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