David Landrum Federal Election Commission Report
*$200,000 self-contributed in a loan to the campaign by David Landrum.
Landrum had 32 contributors max out to him with $2300. Five PACS contributed: Texans for Henry Bonilla ($500); Sonnenschein PAC ($2000); Old Castle Materials, INC PAC ($2000); Citi PAC ($750); ARPAC ($1000).
Landrum's report reflects a signifcant difference from the other reports as a result of his Primerica background. More than $84,000 came from Primerica sources. More than $84,000 came from outside Mississippi.
Contributors of Note: Former Lieutenant Governor Eddie Briggs ($2000); Jay Carney ($1000) and Thomas L. Wallace ($2000) both of T.L. Wallace Construction; Charles Irby ($2000); Randy James of Pruet Oil ($1000); Lee Lampton and Bill Lampton of Ergon ($2000 each); Andrew Mattiace of Mattiace Properties ($2000); Howard Chip Miskelly of Miskelly Furniture ($2000); Mark McCreery, Chairman of Mississippi for Giuliani ($2000); William M. Mounger II ($2000); Ambassador John Palmer ($2000); Mississippi Republican Party National Committeewoman Cindy Phillips ($1000); Chip Reno of The Talon Group ($250); Bill Sones, Chairman Bank of Brookhaven ($1000); former USM President Shelby Thames ($500); former Mississippi Republican Party National Committeeman Billy Van Devender ($2000).
Disbursements of Note: Strategic Media Services ($125,648); Upgrade Films ($60,000); Vanguard Strategies ($7498); Sara Williams ($10,000); Anson Marketing Group ($5000); Winfrey & Company ($3605); Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins-Butler ($2000).
A number of contributions seemed to break contribution limits and there were a few that may be banned corporate contributions (Great Scott, Bank of Brookhaven, Kardan Construction) but all these were noted with a memo designation and I have not reviewed the memo. If someone on the Landrum Campaign (or other campaigns) wants to explain, you can e-mail me.
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