Mark Herring. Raised nearly $100,000 since January. Has $150,000 on hand. Smart, popular, and effective.
Mike Kondratick. Raised over $15,000 since January. He has nearly twice that on hand. I just met his campaign manager, and she is on the ball and ready to roll.
David Butler. Experienced elected official, has
already raised over $8000 raised over $11000 in the last report and has over $22,000 on hand [thanks for the update Dave!]. I haven’t met his primary opponent, Jim Magner, and he’s too new to have filed a report.
Jennifer Wexton. She raised over $9000, and is off to a great start. Her resume and her attitude will help us be rid of the embarrassment that is Jim Plowman.
Valdis Ronis. Raised
nearly $7000 over $12,000 [I was looking at Cash On Hand]. Planning Commissioner. Architect. Well-known and well-liked.
Al Nevarez. Raised OVER $7,000. I just met his campaign manager, and I think that this is the team to beat Delgaudio. Also, he did very well in last night’s debate with Dan Lloyd and Barry Aliriza.
Speaking of Dan Lloyd, I thought he also did well, and any of the three of them would be a better choice than Delgaudio.
And I haven’t even touched on Malcolm Baldwin or Kelly Burk.
So the Dems have a pretty exciting line-up this year. I’m looking forward to walking for most of these good folks this season.