Source: Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Follow the Money
During the first 6 months of 2014, Scott Walker received 322 contribution of $5,000 or more totaling $2,207,955. Of this amount, $1,500,000, or 67%, was from out-of-state donors.
During the first 6 months of 2014, Mary Burke received 80 contributions of $5,000 or more totaling $527,850. Of this amount, $184,050, or 35%, was from out-of-state donors.
And how has Scott Walker benefited from this big-money advantage?
Scott Walker shines in big-money, out-of-state campaign contributions. (7/24/2014)
In latest Marquette Law School poll, Mary Burke Has a slight advantage among likely voters (7/24/2014)
If that's the case, Walker should immediately announce that he's not a candidate for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination. (5/23/2014)
Lock the doors!! Hide the kids!! (4/21/2014)
States where Scott Walker will be spending a lot of time in 2015 (Not Wisconsin). (4/17/2014)
Rasmussen poll: Mary Burke tied with Scott Walker. (3/12/2014)
Joe and Jennifer Korb struggle to get by in their $800,000 home. (3/10/2014)
Sounds to me like plenty of Wisconsin voters are content to have Scott Walker be a one-term Governor. (10/2/2013)
Walker's approval numbers slip in polling NOT conducted by a "Democrat leaning firm". (9/19/2013)
Four words to Wisconsin Democrats in 2014: Get out the vote. (4/25/2013)