Skip to comments.CA: Bill Lockyer helps fund wife’s campaign
Posted on 02/02/2010 10:08:41 AM PST by NormsRevenge
In what proves to be an interesting follow-up to the question I raised last week about whether and when a candidates marriage to another elected official should be noted, Nadia Lockyer announced today that her campaign for the Alameda County Board of Supervisors District 2 seat collected about $168,000 in the latter half of last year including, she notes, a $75,000 contribution from her husbands Bill Lockyer for Treasurer re-election campaign.
Bill Lockyer can certainly afford it; his committee had almost $9.4 million in the bank by mid-2009, and raised at least $58,000 more since then. Hes unopposed in the Democratic primary; only state Sen. Mimi Walters, R-Laguna Niguel, has announced her intention to run on the GOP ticket, and she starts at a significant name-recognition deficit compared to the incumbent Lockyer.
Nadia Lockyer says she raised over $237,000 in all of 2009, leaving her at years end with cash on hand of $135,000. She also noted she and volunteers (including former state Democratic Party chairman Art Torres) have been walking the districts precincts to chat with residents and build grassroots support.
I am so grateful for the support people have shown my campaign, she said in her release. When I am Supervisor, I will fight to ensure that southern Alameda County gets a fairer share from our County government in order to maintain public safety in our communities and continued access to programs critical to our families.
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