Council incumbents enjoy fundraising advantage in Sept. 1 election

• In downtown and south Phoenix’s District 8, Councilman Michael Johnson raised $9,005 this period, bringing his total contributions to $155,848. He spent $58,957 this period and had $59,200 cash on hand.

Nine attorneys with Fennemore Craig gave a total of nearly $1,000 to Johnson. Gerald Murphy, chairman of the Phoenix Symphony, and Maryellen Gleason, the group’s president and chief executive, also were among the donors.

Opponents Jon Garrido and Darlene Jackson, who have raised little money to date, did not file their statements by the Aug. 20 deadline.

via Council incumbents enjoy fundraising advantage in Sept. 1 election.

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3 responses to “Council incumbents enjoy fundraising advantage in Sept. 1 election

  1. Alan J Gerson stood with several leading environmental activists and welfare programs for children, senior citizens, WTC reforms, Cultural, Housing activities in his service till now.
    A short list of those can be found from here: http://www.gerson2009.com/main.cfm?actionId=globalShowStaticContent&screenKey=cmpContent&htmlKey=issues&s=gerson
    To continue his efforts, do vote for him for Dist 1 council election 15th Sept 2009

  2. ALAN J GERSON contributed to the lives of young people as a member of the Board of the Chinese-American Planning Council, and the Advisory Boards of the Puerto Rican Family Institute’s New Arrivals Youth Group, and the St. Anthony of Padua after-school program. A longtime supporter of the Project Open Door Service Center and the Caring Community, Gerson contributed to a better quality of life for seniorcitizens. A supporter of the arts, he is fighting to create a folk music museum and affordable artist workspace.
    Please vote for him in District-1 Council election on Septemer 15th. To continue his good reforms.

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