Monday, February 01, 2010

Quarterly Fundraising Reports Coming In

Senate Candidates

G. Baker (295K)
*****************************
J. Holt (60K)
******
Boozman (46K)
*****
Cox (31K)
***

Coleman and Reynold's numbers are not available, but Coleman has warned supporters of a tough quarter and Reynolds has said goodbye to his staff. Hendren is rumored to be dropping out of the race and his consultants have moved on. The other candidates report less than $10,000 raised, and so don't appear on the graph above where each star represents ~$10,000 raised.

The 3rd district congressional race is just being re-made, but the 2nd district has numbers to report.

Griffin (261k)
**************************
Wallace (37K)
****
Meeks did not pass the 10K threshold.

In the newly developing first district race, Rick Crawford did decently with almost $60,000 raised. Expect new entrants to shake that one up.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you think the money race will shake out now that Rep. Boozman is in the race, because Baker still has a money lead?

And what do you think the race looks like now that there are two very strong NWA candidates?

8:32 AM, February 01, 2010  
Anonymous tophat said...

Coleman's numbers are in. I don't suppose you'll put stars to the left of the margin (he's quite a bit in the hole).

12:51 PM, February 01, 2010  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

It's a three way race if Holt keeps raising money at this pace. That's because Boozman and Holt may split the NWA vote, but Boozman and Baker split the GOP establishment vote.

If Boozman gets the nomination, Lincoln will breathe a sigh of relief. If I have time in the next couple of days, I will give the reasons why I say that.

8:13 PM, February 01, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Coleman - $30k
Reynolds - $42k

6:49 AM, February 02, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since Boozman is now in the race and will be taking a lot of the NWA vote, Sen. Holt probably would be better running for the vacant house seat. After all he has the apparatus of a state campaign. I would think he would be the instant front runner for the 3rd district.

5:20 PM, February 02, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim Holt is not going to leave the Republican voters in this state to Backstab Baker or Bailout Boozman.

8:13 PM, February 02, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree I think it would be better for Holt and his values. He could effect more change there than as one of three in the senate race. He probably would start as the front runner.

8:44 PM, February 02, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boozman should retire. He's been a big disappointment in the House, so he doesn't deserve the promotion. He seems to be serving as the party's tool by playing the annoying spoiler in the senate race.

9:45 PM, February 02, 2010  

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