How do the numbers stack up in the contest of Congresswoman Kristi Noem versus Attorney General Marty Jackley as each pursue the Governor’s chair? Here’s a simple head to head of their main campaign committee’s efforts in the latest campaign finance filing:
|Kristi Noem||Marty Jackley|
|Loans Made to this Committee||$0.00||$0.00|
|Contributions from Entities||$0.00||$8,000.00|
|Contributions from Political Parties||$0.00||$0.00|
|Contributions from In-State Political Action Committees||$0.00||$30,500.00|
|Contributions from Ballot Question Committees||$0.00||$0.00|
|Contributions from Out-of-State or Federal Political Action Committees||$75,500.00||$36,000.00|
|Contributions from Candidate Committees||$68,500.00||$2,590.00|
|Contributions to Candidates and/or Committees||$1,000.00||$1,000.00|
|Independent Communication Expenditures||$0.00||$0.00|
There’s also the matter of the candidates’ other committees to take into account. Marty Jackley has a Political Action Committee which is raising money which will likely go towards the campaign, and Kristi has her Federal Account, which she uses for her Congressional activity… which could contribute towards her Gubernatorial effort.
But as it sits, both of these candidates are competing hard. And it doesn’t take a crystal ball to predict that it’s going to get intense.
4 thoughts on “How do the numbers stack up in Noem v. Jackley?”
70k from other candidate committees!? Sheesh!
Noem has been so useless that her D.C. cronies are literally paying her to leave!
I’m surprised she spent $560k already.
No one in SD sees her team anywhere.
Jackley’s team is dominating and everywhere.
Mickelson getting out was the worst thing to happen to Noem and the best thing to happen to Jackley.
I want to know the out of state numbers.
Why do you say that??
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