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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

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Walker presidential campaign owes $808K, trims debt by $91K in May

 Gov. Scott Walker's presidential campaign held $807,676 in debt at the end of May, according to the campaign's latest filing with the FEC.

That's down $91,000 from the $898,676 his campaign owed at the end of April.

The campaign reported $127,236 in revenue from May 1 to May 31 and spent $115,120

Unlike recent months, the bulk of Walker's receipts in May came from donations, with $90,095 reported from individuals and $5,000 from committees. Most of the donations were for less than $1,000, with one donation for $5,000 from Xcel Energy Employee PAC and nine donations of $2,700 each.

Those donating $2,700 included: People's State Bank President Mark Forsythe, of Prairie Du Chien; retiree Pamela Galloway, of Warsaw, Ind.; Fiduciary Management Chairman and CEO Ted D. Kellner and his wife, Mary Kellner, both of Mequon; homemaker Susanne Shore, of Omaha, Neb.; Jenner & Block attorney Ronald Wanke and homemaker Joyce Wanke, both of St. Petersburg, Fla.; and I Love This Bar and Grill General Manager Bryan Zabinski, of Winter Garden, Fla.

Other income included $14,380 for sale of office equipment and $16,650 from Granite Lists, a New Hampshire firm that rents out mailing lists. In April, Walker's campaign reported $49,584 from Granite Lists.

Top spending included: $25,000 to FLS Connect for telemarketing and data work; $16,520 to Google for online advertising; $15,000 to SCM Associates for direct mail; and $10,000 to Connectivist Media for online advertising.

Walker's largest remaining debt is to FLS Connect, which is owed $235,000 as of the end of May.

-- By David Wise


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