Big Donors Give More to Hagedorn
But his opponent Lisa Neubauer has more cash on hand in race for Supreme Court.
Two appeals court judges vying for an open seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court raised more than $400,000 combined during the first five weeks of the year.
Hagedorn, of Oconomowoc, raised $236,990 from Jan. 1 through Feb. 4 and had $429,440 in his campaign account. A preliminary review of his latest campaign finance report showed many of his largest contributors were longtime Republican donors. His largest donors were:
Patrick English, of Wauwatosa, president of Fiduciary Management, $20,000
Kim Hendricks, of Janesville, a former ABC Supply vice president, $20,000
Wisconsin Realtors Association Political Action Committee (PAC), $18,000
Glenda Buholzer, of Monroe, whose family owns Klondike Cheese Factory, $10,000
John S. Shiely, of Elm Grove, president of Briggs & Stratton, $10,000
Louis Gentine, of Elkhart Lake, retired owner of Sargento Cheese, $10,000
Stephen Ziegler, of Oconomowoc, owner of Inpro Corp., $10,000
Mike Shannon, Denver, Col., founder of KSL Capital Partners, $10,000
Neubauer, of Racine, raised about $174,300 from Jan. 1 through Feb. 4 and had about $715,600 in her campaign account. A preliminary review of her latest campaign finance report showed several of her largest contributors were longtime Democratic donors. Her largest donors were:
AFSCME PAC, Washington, D.C., $18,000
National Education Association PAC, Washington, D.C., $18,000
American Federation of Teachers PAC, Madison, $6,000
Herb Kohl, of Milwaukee, a former Democratic U.S. senator, $5,000
Frank Bastian, of Elm Grove, an attorney with Lichtsinn & Haensel, $3,000
For information about more of the individual and committee contributors to Hagedorn and Neubauer, go here.
Neubauer and Hagedorn are both judges on the District II Court of Appeals based in Waukesha. They are vying to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Shirley Abrahamson. Abrahamson is one of the seven-member court’s liberal members. Conservatives currently have a 4-3 majority on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.