> He paid for something to another Democratic fund
> raising organization from his own fund raising
> You say he paid too much. That's good for you but
> that's your opinion and doesn't constitute a
> If the efforts of Republicans in our state are
> going to be general hostility and political
> revenge for the innapporpriate actions of their
> own previous Governor that is a disgrace.
> We hope we can move forward with our new Governor
> for the betterment of our state.
You are SO full of shit. lol
I'm not saying so, the Center for Responsive Politics (which runs the OpenSevrets.org site) is saying so:
"A spokeswoman for the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonprofit group that studies campaign finance and political ethics, agreed that list rentals are common but that Mr. McAuliffe appeared to have paid a lot.
The only examples a researcher with the center could find in 2012 of candidates placing that kind of value on their lists were Mr. Obama, who rented his list to the Democratic National Committee, and Republican Herman Cain. In Mr. Cain’s case, however, the former presidential candidate offered the list as an in-kind donation from his PAC to his campaign committee — meaning no money was exchanged.
The highest price one campaign committee paid another for a list was Obama for America, spending $62,782 on lists from Hillary Clinton for President, Sarah Flocken of the Center for Responsive Politics said in an email."
So Terry paid more, ~3.5X more in total, for state-level lists versus what OFA paid for Hillary's massive national Presidential campaign list. $155K or ~3/4 of which was paid to HIS OWN campaign organization.