September 29th, 2006
05:29 PM ET
3 years ago

Latest fundraising totals for FL-16

WASHINGTON (CNN) – Earlier this month, then-Rep. Mark Foley, R-Florida, and Democrat Tim Mahoney filed fundraising reports with the Federal Election Commission for the 16th Congressional District of Florida. The highlights are listed below:

Tim Mahoney (D)
Total Raised: $1,148,435
(including $555,400 in loans to himself and $22,600 in contributions to himself)
Cash on hand as of 8/16/2006: $343,755.55

Mark Foley (R)
Total Raised: $1,538,654
Cash on hand as of 8/16/2006: $2,787,281


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September 29th, 2006
03:34 PM ET
3 years ago

Quick Facts on Rep. Mark Foley and FL-16

WASHINGTON (CNN) – Quick facts on Rep. Mark Foley, R-Florida, and the 16th Congressional District he represents:

Rep. Mark Foley (R)
* represents Florida's 16th congressional district
* elected 1994
* was seeking 7th term in Congress

Votes in Congress supporting Pres. Bush's position
2005: 79 percent of the time
2004: 79 percent of the time
2003: 93 percent of the time
2002: 90 percent of the time
2001: 81 percent of the time
Source: Congressional Quarterly

Votes in Congress supporting Pres. Clinton's position
2000: 39 percent of the time
1999: 32 percent of the time
1998: 38 percent of the time
Source: Congressional Quarterly

Florida 16th Congressional District
Location: South central Florida, includes parts of Martin and Palm Beach Counties, including Port St. Lucie and parts of Port Charlotte and Wellington

2004 presidential results in FL-16
Bush: 54 percent
Kerry: 46 percent

2000 presidential results in FL-16
Bush: 53 percent
Gore: 47 percent


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September 29th, 2006
03:10 PM ET
3 years ago

Congressional fundraising deadline looms

WASHINGTON (CNN) – Candidates for the U.S. Senate and House are furiously beefing up their campaign bank accounts today before a midnight Saturday reporting deadline set by the Federal Election Commission.

These third-quarter fundraising totals, which will not be released to the public until next month, will be used by campaigns, parties, and news organizations to assess candidates' financial strength heading into the final weeks of the hotly contested mid-term elections.

As of the last reporting deadline on June 30, Senate candidates had raised a total of $350 million ($190 million by Democrats, $154 million by Republicans), and House candidates had raised at total of $544 million ($246 million by Democrats, $296 million by Republicans).


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September 29th, 2006
10:46 AM ET
3 years ago

Pennsylvania-07 candidates in dead heat

WASHINGTON (CNN) – The latest Keystone Poll from Pennsylvania's hotly contested 7th Congressional District, conducted September 22-27 by Franklin and Marshall College:

Joe Sestak (D) 45%
Rep. Curt Weldon (R) 44%

Sample size: 363 likely voters
Margin of error: +/- 5.2%

For full Keystone Poll results, including how U.S. Senate candidates Rick Santorum and Bob Casey fare in 7th district, click here.


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