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More Statewide Campaign Finance Numbers

January 31, 2011

We have separate posts for campaign finance numbers from the governor’s and treasurer’s race; here are some of the statewide remainders:

** Tate Reeves, in a political committee report meaning he doesn’t have to declare an office, raised nearly $550,000 in 2010 and has about $1.6 million in the bank. Whenever Reeves formally enters the race for lieutenant governor, he will be joined by Billy Hewes who put up his own impressive numbers nearly matching that of the two-term state treasurer. Hewes raised about $515,000 last year and is showing a little more than $1 million cash on hand.

** Max Phillips has a big lead fundraising wise in the race to be the next Agriculture Commissioner. The two-time candidate raised $121,000 in 2010 and currently shows $106,000 cash on hand. State Rep. Dannie Reed raised $1,3000 and has about $4,000 cash on hand. State Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith raised a little more than $6,000 last year with around $6,600 on hand.

** Jim Hood raised over $415,000 in 2010, and is showing a little more than $400,000 cash on hand.

** Delbert Hosemann, whose report states that he is running for re-election, raised a little under $270,000 and now has more than $530,000 cash on hand.

** Stacey Pickering raised nearly $180,000 last year, and currently has $140,000 cash on hand.

** Mike Chaney raised more than $182,000 in 2010 and has nearly $200,000 in the bank.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. The Rancher permalink
    February 1, 2011 11:44 am

    This is Mr. Phillips 5th run for Commissioner of Agriculture, not his 2nd or 3rd try.

  2. GoneFishin permalink
    June 24, 2011 4:34 pm

    Try 4, Rancher. And he has come pretty darn close to winning. This should be his year.

  3. BiloxiSam permalink
    August 3, 2011 7:35 pm

    Try 5. He ran in ’91 & ’95 as a Democrat, then again in ’03, ’07, ’11 as a Republican. I figure it’s about time for him to clean those boots up and put them in the closet for good, don’t you?

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