CFRG files ethics report

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The Coalition for Responsible Government 2004, the committee supporting the recall election next Tuesday, filed their ethics report at the last possible moment today, reporting $85,059 in contributions, and $65,884 in expenditures through June 30. Contributions of more than $200 made up $79,149 of the total, broken down by donor as follows:

Build PAC Issues13600
Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa10150
Greater Tulsa Association of Realtors5000
Commercial Real Estate Association of Tulsa5000
Paula Marshall-Chapman5000
Associated Builders and Contractors PAC4000
Wm. E. Manley4000
Arvest Bank3000
Robert C. Poe3000
Northeast Oklahoma Real Estate Services2000
Rock Hill LLC2000
John A. Brock 1500
B R W Trucking1000
Anchor Stone Company1000
Ray Miller1000
B. R. Hutson, Inc.1000
W. W. Enterprises, Inc.1000
Corporate Realty Advisors LLC699
John D. Benjamin600
TDC Inc.500
Next Generation Homes, LLC500
D. L. Vincent500
Houchin Electric Co., Inc.500
Herbert P. Haschke, Jr.500
R. S. Looney500
Jarvis, Inc.400
George and Phyllis Dotson400
Building Systems of Tulsa, Inc.300
William M. Brumbaugh250
C. E. Patterson250

The first contribution was by Bixby resident and former Tulsa City Councilor John D. Benjamin -- $100 on October 7, 2004. The largest contribution was also the most recent -- $13,600 from Build PAC Issues on June 29, 2005. The address of Build PAC Issues is 11545 E. 43rd Street, which is also the address of the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa.

Look for more analysis of the names and numbers later tonight.

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Dan Paden said:

Words fail me. I'm steamin'.

Anon said:

I'm slightly surprised to see the size of Paula Marshall-Chapmans contribution, even though the political pressure to be included surely was immense. Still, that says more than also me and represents a real interest. Trouble is, I can't imagine what it may be. Just one of the GOB's, I guess.

I used to think more of her than this.

IAC, that list of businesses will long remain on the forefront of my fiscal decisions.

Zach said:

Just to let everyone know I have called Houchin Electric and informed them my companies will never use them again. Also I would advise anyone else to call the list of companies today and inform them (nicely) that you will not be using them.

W. said:

Anon, Paula Marshall Chapman wrote a guest editorial in the World harshly criticizing the councilor bloc about a year ago. I don't know why her contribution to the pro-recall group would be surprising, given that fact.

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