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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

 9:49 AM 

Bradley outraises Daley in pre-primary period

Justice Ann Walsh Bradley outraised challenger James Daley in the pre-primary period and increased her advantage for cash on hand, according to their campaign finance reports.

Bradley raised $109,894 between Jan. 1 and Feb. 2 and reported $352,934 in the bank.

Daley, a Rock County judge, raised $65,021 last month and had $88,428 in the bank. He continued to list $6,500 in loans.

Bradley's biggest contributions included $5,000 each from: John Noel of Stevens Point, president of Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Concierge; Frank Bastian, a tax attorney at Lichtsinn & Haensel in Milwaukee; Seymour Abrahamson, a retired geneticist and husband of Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson; and David Walsh, a Madison attorney and UW regent. 

Daley reported a $10,000 donation from W.B. Johnson, owner of Johnson Timber in Hayward. He also received $5,000 each from Racine retiree Fred Young Jr., Green Bay retiree Paul Schierl, Tamarack Petroleum Chairman Daniel McKeithan and Milwaukee homemaker Kathryn Burke.

Daley also listed an in-kind donation of $746 from Steven Biskupic, a former U.S. attorney whose clients now include Gov. Scott Walker's campaign.

-- By JR Ross


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