The Democratic challenger, by contrast, spent $3.5 million on his campaign:

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker raised an unprecedented $37 million since taking office in 2011, most of it spent to stave off a bid to recall him after he enacted curbs on public sector unions last year, according to a filing on Thursday.

The 44-year-old, first-term governor, who has become a rising national star of the Republican party, spent more than $35 million to defeat Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett in the June 5 recall election, according to Walker’s campaign finance report filed with the state elections board.

Most of Walker’s money came from out of state, and from the Kochs and their kind.

2 thoughts on “Spent

  1. Mr. 1% raised $100 million dollars in June. It sure is expensive to keep telling the American people all those lies isn’t it?

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