Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Pay to play the Cardinal-Hickory Creek powerline way

ATC Execs Throw Money Around in Madison.  (Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. 1/8/2019)

Indeed they do!

The map shows the home location of state legislators, mostly members of the Assembly, who have received multiple, in most cases, contributions from Dairyland Power Coop.  Note the geographical division.

Most legislators in the eastern portion of the state aren't benefitting from this largesse.  

One notable exception.

He also served as chair in 2015-16 legislative session.

Related posts:
Scott Walker's toxic legacy: Pay to play the groundwater contamination way.  (1/12/2019)
Scott Walker: Pay to play the judgeship appointments way (the last days edition).  (1/2/2019)

Scott Walker: Pay to play the judgeship appointment way.  (12/26/2018)
Scott Walker: Pay to play the judgeship appointment way (next day edition) . (12/27/2018)
Chapter 7: Scott Walker's legacy (The pay-to-play, environmental destruction edition).  (12/17/2018)
Pay to play the GOP Scott Walker way (lead paint edition).  (9/2/2018)
Scott Walker about to lose control and he likes it.  (6/10/2018)
Pay to play the UW Regents way.  (3/4/2018)
This just in from the Wisconsin state legislature: Pay to play the rent-to-own way.  (2/22/2018)
Pay to play the Kohler way.  (2/15/2018)
UPDATE. Advantage, Friends of Wisconsin State Parks: Money talks in more ways than one.

No fire sprinklers in small apartment buildings? It's called pay to play on a mammoth scale.  (12/10/2017)
Utilities and power cooperatives dig deep to pay to play in Wisconsin.  (11/7/2017)
Dynamic Recycling CEO Miles Harter donates $3,075 to GOP candidates, company will get up to $535,000 in state income tax credits.  (8/14/2017)
All told, the Kerns have donated nearly $400,000 to Republican and conservative candidates.  (8/14/2017)
Scott Walker lets Fiserv piggyback onto Foxconn legislation.  (8/1/2017)
Wisconsin DNR: Pay to play trumps your tax dollars.  (5/22/2017)
Concerning Rebecca Bradley: Meet some of the Wisconsin voters who would be disenfranchised by recusal rules.  (4/20/2017)
Pay to play the high-capacity well, Wisconsin Assembly Agriculture Committee way.  (3/24/2017)
Scott Walker and his for-profit college, pay-to-play buddies.  (2/10/2017)
Wisconsin is open for pay to play.  (2/3/2017)

In addition to $750,000 to Club for Growth, Harold Simmons donated $10,000 to Scott Walker.  (9/14/2016)
Developer finds that 'pay to play' costs more than $72,844.92.  (2/12/2016)
Meet the disingenuous Rob Brooks (R-Saukville).  (1/13/2016)

Wingra Stone looks for a return on its capitol investment.  (12/17/2015)
For sale: 1 state senator, 1 state representative.  (12/8/2015)
UPDATE. Sorry, Tim Geoghegan, a total of $11,750 in donations is not a "bunch of bull".  (10/25/2015) 
CAFOnated pay to play adds $84,000 to Scott Walker's campaign fund in 2011.  (10/7/2015)
Pay to play the payday way.  (7/5/2015)
From the pay-to-play archives: Grebe Pere, Grebe Fils.  (5/23/2015)

Appleton Post-Crescent Editorial Board All But Puts a Dunce Cap on the Head of Joel Kleefisch (R-Oconomowoc).  (1/24/2014)

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