As previously reported, Christine O’Donnell gets 95% of her known campaign funding from out of state donors. So how does she spend that out of state money that she hopes will buy her a US Senate seat
from Delaware for herself?
According to Christine O’Donnell’s most recent FEC filing for the April, May, June reporting period, a big chunk of that money went to paying her living expenses.
Out of the $55,930 dollars that Christine O’Donnell spent on her campaign in that 3 month period, $7,158 of that went to pay her phone bill, her electric bill, her cable bill and the rent on the townhouse in Greenville Place that doubles as her campaign headquarters. The cable bills were $158, $87.90, $135, and $96.21, indicating charges beyond just a simple internet connection, a little Current TV maybe?
Still unpaid on that report is the $4,018 she still owes to the Airport Business Center from her 2008 campaign.
Paid on Christine O’Donnell’s FEC report is campaign staffer David Hust from Texas who was sharing the Greenville Place townhouse with her. He received $2,820 in compensation from the O’Donnell campaign during the reporting period.
Unpaid was 2008 campaign staffer David Keegan from Delaware, the man who Christine O’Donnell had physically removed from her 2010 campaign announcement. He’s listed as still being owed $528 from O’Donnell’s 2008 campaign.
Here are some interesting expenses:
Christine O’Donnell’s web consulting was out of Las Vegas, Nevada, her photo shoot was out of Philly, her legal services were from Virginia and her accountants are also in Virginia. But then why not send the campaign money back to the states it came from?
And we’ll end with this: $306.28 to Integrity Custom Collision in New Jersey for “campaign veh repair.” Now that’s probably an interesting story.