You know it’s a bad sign when a congressional candidate can’t afford to go on TV. And the post-general election FEC report tells the tale well.
From October 16th through November 24th – the last 2 weeks or so of the election, plus a post election period, Robinson raised $3765, and spent $6101, leaving her with a debt of $13,372 after the end of the congressional campaign. $12,000 of the debt is owed to herself, with the remainder to her accounting firm.
At the end of the election, Robinson made statements that alluded to thoughts of running again in 2016, but as the days stretch into weeks, that noise has quieted. With her minor campaign debt, as well as her inability to capture the interest of the electorate, it remains to be seen whether we hear any more of that kind of chatter.