What do significant election contributions mean?
Now, they identify the Oro Valley council members who share similar views with big-dollar donors. Two, they assure that Councilmembers have the resources to stay in office, and make decisions which support donor interests.
Below, based on post-primary reports of September 15, 2014, is a summary of donors. Many of these individuals have been active in requesting various forms of approvals from the Town of Oro Valley. It is likely that they will continue to do so:
With the addition of contributions from other special interest donors, these four council members received more than 80% of their campaign funding from special interest donors. The following is a summary of the four council lmembers’ total campaign donations by groups.
In comparison, candidates Bristow and Straney received no contributions from special interest. The contributions from individuals for Bristow and Straney were $1,930 and $4,310 respectively.
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