Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Pay to play the political party and campaign committee way (The Wisconsin state legislature edition)

Corporate Contributions Totaled Nearly $1.7M in 2018 to State Parties, Legislative Campaign Committees.  (Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, 2/4/2019)
The state GOP and the two Republican legislative fundraising committees accepted nearly $1.4 million in corporate contributions, or 83 percent. The state Democratic Party and the two Democratic legislative campaign committees accepted nearly $300,000 in corporate contributions, or 17 percent of the contributions.

Related posts:
Pay to play the Cardinal-Hickory Creek powerline way.  (1/15/2019)
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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