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Locke Enjoys Lucrative Month Out-Of-State Donations Fill His Purse

Republican Dale Foreman has become the first gubernatorial candidate to top $500,000 in fund raising this year, but that paled in comparison to the monster month recorded by Democrat Gary …


Foreman Campaign In Trouble Again Governor Candidate Hit For Contribution Rules Violations

Foreman


Dole Supporter Fined $6 Million For Illegal Campaign Donations

A former vice chairman of Bob Dole’s campaign finance committee agreed Wednesday to pay a record $6 million in fines for funneling illegal contributions through his employees to the Dole …


Spending Report Raises Questions Rankin Accuses Macdonald Primary Donators Of ‘Money Laundering’

Kootenai County Commissioner Bob Macdonald spent twice what he originally claimed in his failed re-election bid this spring. The two-term Republican - who lost a May primary race to tax …


Campaign Trail

Rolling their own Washington President Clinton defended the Democratic Party’s use of tobacco-industry money Friday, saying what counts is whether politicians who get the cash toe the tobacco line. Clinton …


Kenck Doubles Boatright In Recent Fund Raising Campaign Finance Reports Show Contributors To Area Campaigns

Although state Sen. Clyde Boatright has continued his strong fund raising among industry PACs, his Democratic challenger, Larry Kenck, raised more than twice as much in the last month. Campaign …


Rinehart Drops Out Of Crowded Race For Governor Democrat Says Money Too Tight; Undecided On Who She Will Endorse

Rinehart


Olson Says Nethercutt Used By Powerful

Olson


Chenoweth Revises Financial Data Campaign Accused Of Funneling Money Through Business

The congressional campaign of Republican Helen Chenoweth has filed a new round of amendments to its financial disclosure reports in another attempt to silence questions about its transactions with a …


House Candidates Have Unusual Foes Chenoweth, Williams Face Lambert, Levinger In Primary

1. Chenoweth 2. Williams 3. Levinger 4. Lambert


Boatright Backed By Pacs Rathdrum Senator Leader Among Those Who Filed Late

Sen. Clyde Boatright, R-Rathdrum, has raised $3,680 toward his re-election bid, nearly all of it from political action committees and businesses. Boatright’s top contributions were $500 each from Timber-PAC and …


Kellogg Top Panhandle Fund-Raiser

Rep. Hilde Kellogg, R-Post Falls, has drawn on her support from business to raise significantly more money than any other North Idaho legislative candidate. One week before the primary election, …


Where’s Waldo? Next To That Big Stack Of Money Republican Moderate Leads In Raising Funds For Governor’s Race

Little-known Republican Jim Waldo so far has collected more campaign money than anyone else in the crowded race for governor, state records showed Tuesday. Waldo, who entered the contest early, …


Initiative Gets Out-Of-State Cash Nonresidents Have Plenty At Stake

Ron Rankin says it’s only fair that some of the contributors to his One Percent Initiative campaign are from Spokane. “They’re people that own property in Idaho, but they don’t …


Imelda Marcos Top Debtor In Congress

Former first lady Imelda Marcos, renown for her extravagant shopping sprees, was reported Friday to be the most indebted member of the Philippine Congress. A financial statement from the 217 …


Confident Chenoweth Low On Cash

Confident that Idaho’s populace is firmly in her camp, U.S. Rep. Helen Chenoweth isn’t concerned about her skimpy campaign war chest, she said Saturday. Chenoweth was in Coeur d’Alene for …


Campaign Budget Is Tight

Talk about pinching pennies. Bob Dole has just $2 million left to get his presidential campaign through the next four months, his aides said Friday. With 15 weeks to go …


Clinton Flush With Cash, Dole Running Out

If the finances of the presidential candidates were part of a Monopoly game, President Clinton would have Park Place, several hotels, a Pass Go card and a Collect $200 card. …


Minnick, Craig Wage Close Battle For Contributions Pac Donations Spur Rhetoric From Party, Campaign Officials

U.S. Sen. Larry Craig piled up more than $406,000 in campaign cash in the first quarter of 1996, with challenger Walt Minnick not far behind at $325,000. As they head …


Chenoweth Finance Report Raises Questions Democrats Accuse Lawmaker Of Paying Her Salary At Defunct Consulting Firm With Campaign Funds

A newly revised campaign finance disclosure statement shows the 1996 campaign of Congresswoman Helen Chenoweth paid up to $4,600 to a firm she was once a partner in nearly eight …


Lawmakers Get Late Start Fund Raising Law Kept Some From Taking Cash During Session

The Freeze of ‘96 is over, at least for three state lawmakers running for governor. Rep. Dale Foreman and Sens. Nita Rinehart and Pam Roach had been prohibited by law …


Groups Shift Gears For Election By Mail

A decision by the Spokane County auditor to hold a mail-in election has sent proponents of two proposed Valley cities scrambling. After spending months preparing a low-key, low-cost campaign, proponents …


Dole, Buchanan Strike Opposite Trade Notes In S.C.

Robert J. Dole and Patrick J. Buchanan carried the Republican presidential campaign into South Carolina Wednesday and arrived at very different places. Dole chose the massive BMW automobile plant near …


Duty Calls Members Of Congress South Travel Paid For By Group Seeking Sympathetic Hearing

Dozens in Congress have found respite from the capital’s cold, snowy winter in Las Vegas, Honolulu, Israel and the Bahamas - compliments of special interests. Despite a new law limiting …


Chenoweth Campaign In The Red Despite Heavy Debt, She Can Still Outgun Opponent

Despite fairly brisk fund-raising in the last half of 1995, U.S. Rep. Helen Chenoweth’s campaign finished the year heavily in debt. Chenoweth, a Republican, raised $255,668 - much of it …


Raking It In Craig Raises Nearly $1 Million For Re-Election

If money talks, U.S. Sen. Larry Craig thunders. The incumbent Republican gathered $934,019 for his re-election campaign in 1995 and spent $453,168, according to campaign finance disclosure statements filed Wednesday …


Groups Report Campaign Finances

The group battling the Idaho Citizens Alliance’s latest anti-gay initiative raised more than $101,000 last year in preparation for a second campaign against the proposed ballot measure. The No On …


Waldholtz Says More Evidence Against Husband Uncovered Representative Again Testifies Before Federal Grand Jury

Rep. Enid Waldholtz arrives for her grand jury appearance on Thursday. Photo by Associated Press


Discrepancies Found In Financial Reports Of Elizabeth Dole Income

Elizabeth Hanford Dole kept more of her $875,000 in speaking fees over the past four years than her husband disclosed in his financial disclosure reports, documents suggest. A review of …


Momentum Says Rules ‘Overlooked’

Momentum is one of Spokane’s largest business associations. And its president is Gordon E. Budke, managing partner of Coopers and Lybrand, one of the country’s biggest public accounting firms. But …