Representative Romaine Robert Quinn (R) Rice LakePicture: Representative Romaine Robert QuinnAssembly District 75

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2014 Election Notes and Background

Representative Quinn was first elected to the Assembly in 2014.

He won a two-way primary and defeated the Democratic incumbent in the general election.

Wisconsin Right to Life PAC ($155) made independent expenditures favoring Representative Quinn.

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (estimated $50,000) spent undislosed sums on "issue ads" supporting Quinn.

2014 Campaign Finance Summary
Quinn
Raised: $157,134 - Spent: $140,231
Vote: 54.9% - Cost/Vote: $11.95
Independent Backing: $155
Estimated "Issue Ad" Spending: $50,000
Smith
Raised: $105,497 - Spent: $103,561
Vote: 45.1% - Cost/Vote: $10.74
Independent Backing: $0
Estimated "Issue Ad" Spending: $0
Quinn’s Committee Assignments

2015-2016: Aging and Long-Term Care (Vice-Chair); Colleges and Universities; Education; Mining and Rural Development; Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage (Vice-Chair); Urban and Local Affairs.

2013-2014: Not yet elected.

 
Where did the money come from?*
Pie Chart: Money Sources
Cash on hand 1/1/14** $0
Self $396
Under $100 $15,317
$100 or more $88,320
PACs & Parties $53,100
Other Income $0

*All figures represent candidate income before any returns.
**Beginning of candidate's election cycle.

 
Contributions of $100 or More*
1/1/14-12/31/14**
In-District Out-District
$29,650 (33.6%) $58,670 (66.4%)

*Includes all contributions from contributors of $100 or more to the candidate in a calendar year.

Excludes any returned and self contributions.

**Dates coincide with candidate's election cycle.

 
Interest Group Contributions from
Individuals and Committees*
1/1/14-12/31/14**
Interest Amount
Political/Ideological $51,000.00
Business $11,894.00
Manufacturing & Distributing $11,750.00
Construction $10,601.00
Banking & Finance $9,256.40
Retired/Homemakers/Non-income earners $7,800.00
Road Construction $6,200.00
Health Professionals $5,500.00
Transportation $3,550.00
Natural Resources $3,500.00
Agriculture $3,150.00
Tourism/Leisure/Entertainment $3,000.00
Telecommunications & Computers $2,280.00
Civil servant/public employee $2,030.00
Health Services/Institutions $1,950.00
Lawyers/Law Firms/Lobbyists $1,834.00
Real Estate $1,475.00
Education $1,400.00
Insurance $1,350.00
Unknown $850.00
Energy $650.00
Non-Profit/Social Services $400.00

* Individual contributions includes all contributions
from contributors of $100 or more to the candidate
in a calendar year.

Committee contributions of any amount are included.

Any returned and self contributions are excluded.

**Dates coincide with candidate's election cycle.

 
Top Contributors
2014
Contributor(s) City Business Amount
Johnson Family Rice Lake, WI Rice Lake Weighing System $1,500
Kolb Family Oconomowoc, WI Audio Implements/GKC $1,300
Bechthold, Lori & Charles Mequon, WI Payne & Dolan $1,000
Crotteau, Michael & Doreen Rice Lake, WI MAC Construction/Rice Lake Weighing System $1,000
DeVos, Richard & Betsy Grand Rapids, MI Alticor/Windquest $1,000
Friess, Foster & Lynn Jackson, WY Friess Associates Inc $1,000
Gesbeck, Howard S Madison, WI Howard Gesbeck, CPA $1,000
Henkel, Phillip & Connie Rice Lake, WI Anesthesiologist/Rice Lake Area School District $1,000
Hock, Jay & Cary Hartland, WI Aring Equipment Co $1,000
Hoffman, James & Mark Black River Falls, WI Hoffman Construction $1,000
Koser, Thomas & Diane Rice Lake, WI Koser Radio Network $1,000
Newville, Bob & Ilene Cameron, WI Northland Automatic Transmission Service $1,000
Peterson, James & Jeffrey Medford, WI James Peterson & Sons $1,000
Sadoff, Lacey & Gary Milwaukee, WI Badger Liquor $1,000
Schildt, Gary & Terri East Troy, WI Hypro Inc $1,000

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