LD29: Patterson Qualifies for Campaign Cash

Democrat Daniel Patterson was informed today that he has qualified for $12,921 in Clean Elections funding for his campaign in Legislative District 29.

Patterson is the second Democrat in the seven-way super-slam to receive a check; the first was physician Matt Heinz.

To qualify for Clean Elections funding, legislative candidates have to collect a minimum of 220 $5 contributions from residents of their districts.

Corporation Commission candidates have a higher hurdle; they must collect 1,650 $5 contributions from Arizona residents. They get more money for their primary races–$82,650–but they also have to run statewide. That’s a pretty paltry sum when you’re talking about reaching voters all across the state.

Here’s the list of other candidates who have received funding for Clean Elections this year.

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One Response

  1. Big thanks to all the supporters of our clean campaign!

    We’re in to win on the south and southeast sides, to solve problems, help people and build bridges for positive change.

    Daniel Patterson
    for State Rep (D-LD29)

    danielpatterson.net

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