If Christine O’Donnell is elected to the US Senate, who will she represent? Her latest FEC Report tells us everything we need to know, and the facts are startling.
From April 2010 until June 2010 Christine O’Donnell raised $109,255.00 from individuals for her US Senate campaign.
However, out of 94 total itemized donations totaling $50,750 made by individuals during that time period, only 5 were from Delaware. That means that 95% of Christine O’Donnell’s known financial support is coming from people who don’t even live in the state of Delaware.
If you break it down monetarily, out of $50,750 in itemized donations from individuals, only $2,375 came from Delawareans, meaning that 96% of her known campaign money is coming from out of state individuals, and only 4% is coming from inside the state of Delaware.
Are we to believe that Christine O’Donnell will go to the US Senate and represent Delaware when only 4% of her known financial support is coming from The First State?
Now, what about the other $58,505 Christine O’Donnell raised during the reporting period? Your guess is as good as mine because that money is “unitemized.” So we don’t even know where over half of her campaign financing is coming from!
What we do know is where Christine O’Donnell is spending that out of state money she’s pulling in to buy herself Delaware’s open US Senate seat, and that information is coming soon.
What’s missing from Christine O’Donnell’s FEC report ending June 30, 2010? Any donation what-so-ever from fellow unendorsed Republican candidate and multimillionaire Glen Urquhart.