Friday, September 25, 2009

Who's Funding the Steve Shannon campaign?

well according to

$75,000 from the Democratic Attorney Generals Assn Virginia ( who got 300,000 from SEIU/ ACORN to give to dem candidates in Virginia)

$50,000 Consumer Litigation Associates ( lawyers )
$32,500 Moving Virginia Forward (a DNC pac, Tim Kaine is the head )
$30,250 Va State AFL-CIO ( uber lefty union group)
$25,000 Barroway Topaz Kessler Meltzer & Check LLP Wayne, PA ( out of state law firm) hmmmm
$25,000 Grant & Eisenofer New York, NY ( New York law firm)hmmmm
$15,000 American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) ( UNION)
$15,000 Service Employees International Union Washington, DC ( UNION)
$13,500 Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer New York, NY ( more NEW YORK lawyers)
$11,500 SEIU Local 32BJ NY/NJ American Dream Fund PAC New York, NY ( UNION THUG SQAD FOR OBAMA)
$10,000 Mid-Atlantic Region Council of Carpenters Richmond (UNION)
$10,000 Perennial Law Group LLP Washington, DC ( Lawyers)
$10,000 United Food & Commercial Workers Washington, DC (UNION)

it goes on and on.... LAWYERS and UNIONS, many from out of state!

Tidbit, Moving Virginia Forward gave $100,000 to Deeds campaign.hmmmm who is funding this PAC ? I'll address that in a later post.

Black Velvet lists the other SEIU organizations that are funneling money into Virginia

SEIU Local 32BJ NY/NJ American Dream Fund PAC (2007-2009)

$22,732 McAuliffe for Governor - Terry
$6,791 Bulova for Fairfax County Board Chair - Sharon
$6,500 Shannon for Attorney General - Steve
$5,000 Werkheiser for Delegate - Gregory
$1,000 Miller for Delegate - Stevens
$250 Caputo for Delegate - Chuck
$250 Hope for Delegate - Patrick
$250 Hudgins for Fairfax County Board of Supervisors - Catherine
$250 Keam for Delegate - Mark
$250 Nichols for Delegate - Paul
$250 Poisson for Delegate - David
$250 Surovell for Delegate - Scott A
$200 Krupicka for Alexandria City Council - K Rob

Come on Virginians! Do you want UNIONS and out of State LAWYERS telling our elected officials how to govern Virginia?

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