How much did Issaquah legislative candidates raise?

November 27, 2012

By Staff

The candidates to represent Issaquah in Olympia raised a combined $1.5 million to fund legislative campaigns.

5th Legislative District

State Senate

Mark Mullet (won)

  • Residence: Issaquah
  • Party: Democrat
  • Raised: $315,166.28
  • Spent: $295,811.71
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $56,797.70
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $286,183.45

Brad Toft

  • Residence: Snoqualmie
  • Party: Republican
  • Raised: $306,598.67
  • Spent: $292,294.25
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $32,024.34
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $161,340.64

State House of Representatives – Position 2

Chad Magendanz (won)

  • Residence: Issaquah
  • Party: Republican
  • Raised: $89,910.89
  • Spent: $52,390.14
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $74.36
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $0

David Spring

  • Residence: North Bend
  • Party: Democrat
  • Raised: $2,099
  • Spent: $1,184.57
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $248.16
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $0

41st Legislative District

State Senate

Maureen Judge

  • Residence: Mercer Island
  • Party: Democrat
  • Raised: $153,409.92
  • Spent: $134,861.17
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $28,488.83
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $31,587.52

Steve Litzow (won)

  • Residence: Mercer Island
  • Party: Republican
  • Raised: $489,690.58
  • Spent: $424,872.68
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $39,496.58
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $96,348

State House of Representatives – Position 1

Tim Eaves

  • Residence: Issaquah
  • Party: Republican
  • Raised: $31,878.87
  • Spent: $29,936.36
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $5,863.97
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $0

Marcie Maxwell (won)

  • Residence: Renton
  • Party: Democrat
  • Raised: $115,805.35
  • Spent: $111,730.05
  • Total independent expenditures supporting: $9,210.90
  • Total independent expenditures opposing: $5,822.31

Source: Washington Public Disclosure Commission

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